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YdaA t L4+ ++++V 11 BIB tlOBLISHING co i N NMAN Mlule rule Y f 4oIW III Be red Ay ILl e- wraaq IfIQUfll4JUr +1I11 I1L fHIHhtFitItI1H + h tIl r V0L VU A Family PaperBEiIEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 22 1905 One dollar a year NO 1 t Ir IDEAS c fclisory lovipa company nnd usually SIt U Dfau71 n t Inn thinks he linn tho I tit mrld lit I isleetami then his t slips I It ill but mn nature to lake all tho credit to Qurwlvi for our virtues and to likmo our vices In tho hutitW of heredity Titno jmny bo inonoy but its machon to mako up for lost time than lost money FROM THE WIDE WORLD rho lemstvo deputation bas been refcoimLnt pst by tho Czar It iNlld that tho Belgian King has altered his will BO UN jo cut oil his ungrateful daughtonAvilh pit tnnco of 32000 n year it4purls from tho Japanese armies In ISiiiKlnirin stale that steady ad ranges are doing mado pea Nisi him occupied Liao Yang f Wo Mjng tho KuHfliunn fleeing in din order The Russian leases nro said to have teen heavy Grand Duke Alexis tho High Ad mind who is an uncle of the Czar and Admiral villas head of tho Kuftfliait Admiralty Department have rvflignetl Tlut annoiincomont caused rent surprise in St Petersburg tcoming nil It litlwithollt cot nllrnnco- J rumor Huwia line unfitlyaccepted WlUlh limoIi tied time Foreign Oflicn at tho jwrson nl irection of tho Isinporor having waived its request for ttC01I81tIomtlou- M tho Emperor desinwto give tho fullest and fairest opportunity to President HoonovoUs proposal Tho result in looked upon as n triumph for American diplomacy The Gazotn intimate that Itumia may not balk ill an indemnity though nothing w yet known ns to Tamnn terms The operations in Manchuria appears to lo leading up to n big ongiigomout IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Thousands of Oormnim are gath ered at Memphis Tone for till Southern Saongorfent Bl BUhnrrlinrjpTJtirliiw tatfded hits rcRiJ n an of tin Board of TniRteth of Vnnlurbilt University Hour Admiral Sigslcoa Bquadrou sailed facto New York Sunday for Cherbourg Franco to bring tho hotly of John Paul Jones to this country From twelve to forty indictments are expected in Chicago as n result of time grand jury investigation of tho Beef Trust mUll are have been drawn against live packing firms Tho greater iart of time business portion of JohiiHon IIIWM wl by fire entailing n loss of 100000 Work on tho exterior of tho now canton IIOUHO at Bowling Groeu N Y oxjecled to bo tho finest custom houBo in tho world has boon comple ted President Roosevelt line decided to appoint William P Luck Appraiser of Merchandise for tho Port of Now Orleans COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY t Robert Kinnainl Mayor of Lancas tor Ky and our of tho bestknown omen in Central Kentucky is load e A temperature of 08 degrees was recorded in Louisville Sunday and tho discomfort was tho greatest of tho Benson Powerful efforts will IMJ made lose euro for LouiHvllle the next triennial convention of tho International Sunday school Association Tho temiMnituro at Howling Green yesterday reached 101 degrees There were two prostrations at Lexington whoro tho maximum was 02 degrees There wero two deaths from tho heat in Indiana anti two prostrations wore reported at Huntington W Va At Evansville 102 degrees was reached There were six deaths at Pittsburg Tho of tho Lorrimor Baptist College at Burning Springs line been sold at sheriffs sulo Tho Extension Department of Boron Col lego has taken tho property and wilt assist tho citizens who have com cnrryhlgt in Kentucky towards tho coiMolidation of rural districts Seo fuller account elsewhere in this paper Tho closing spectacular feature of tho fifteenth annual reunion of tho I United Confederate Veterans wits perhaps tho greatest parade sluice 11- uAldidas the veterans have been molding re Nearly all or ivillowas Out to sep It anti to cheer the glorious Ifusets of tho Souths magnificent grtxy Gun Leo Counnnmlor or time V O V1 though Adjt Gout Mickie- ilined a formai order thanking tho people of Louisville for tho splendid hospitality extended thorn jII TIDE CITIZEN A New StepJnjhe Mountains BEREA COLLEGE TAKES OVER CONTROL OF SCHOOL AT BURNING SPRINGS Burning Springs has long been famous for lute interest which its people tako in education Their enthusiasm has been misled and disappointed by various impracticable schemes for tho founding orn college in their community Those baseless undertakings came to an end n few weeks ago when tho school prcixjrty of tho soculled college was soul at sheriffs sale Tho buildings and grounds wore bought in tho name of Boron College and Pres ident Frost mil do a visit to Burning Springs last Saturday and Sunday explaining tho meaning of this movement whichis ono of import glen not to Bulling Springs Mono but to tho entire Stato A great deal of energy has been wasted in the attempt to do hap on siblo thingsto establish n college in every county or in every district Tlieso attempts have led to dis appointment Tho undertaking to teach tho higher branches to a few advanced students has teen n failure for tho branches have been poorly taught The advanced students would iavo dote far bettor could they have made tho journoy to some really wellequipped school Ad vanccd studies cannot IK taught to advantage in a school where tho teachers nro low and library nnd apparatus poking At tho samo time n greater wrong has boon done sludontstltuyhave tho few who are trying to take ad vanced studios This criticism is nqt undo upon the work of any Kirticular school hit upon the average of work done in schools which havo attempted to teach advanced subjects without proper facilities Boron College has steadily refused to establish bronchi schools A groat mutiny fine school proportion have been offered to tho College if it would simply take thorn oil the hands oj their present owners timid promise tb conduct a reputable school t- In undertaking tho work at Burn ing Springs Borea is undertaking Romothing now and wholly Moroni from anything hitherto attempted in the State The groat probed + na in Kentucky is tho education of tho in the country and this is a problem in feat for nil America Wo have tho ovoryonuhashouse near his own door Tho LETTER FROM A M ROSS Molten Will Juno 15 1005 I arrived hero this morning at sown oclock got ofT tho train dirty and trnmpinh looking No one know mo anti I know nobody My baggage didnt even como so that I might put on some clean clothes My journey her been very happy and blessed to ma When I wrote Mr Bnawcll I told him I would como and that I would trust tho Lord for Ho is good and in all my journey that truth has been vindicated When wo left Boron Mr Simpson and I lad our tickets only to Cin cinnati mad our train being a little lato we just lied five tubules at Cincinnati to gut our tickets nnd check our baggage but wo managed all and got into Chicago at r3f1pm Wo hastened over to tho Union Depot ami again Simmy just hind lire minutes to catch his train and with a hearty handshake I was left an orphan in tho Union Depot of Chicago I got myself together and wended my way to tho Moody Institute and ns entered tho door met n student who was in tho Institute along with mo Then Dr Graycane down stairs nnd after asking all about tho school and myself said You are very thin you had better stay with us n while mad got fat on tho good timings wo havo to eat to which I replied I have just como n little late for supper but I will go tp tho youbrokepocket pulled out sore change end handed it to me saying go crud get supper with that Before I went to supper another old B I student Mr Hunt tho Evangelists singing companion camo in and we went out to supper together but ho would not lot mo pay for my own Well that is not all When wo wove en gaging our rooms in tho Institute for tho night his room hind a double bed in it so ho snltlIIOU sloop with met Of course I thanked him nnd whim I wont to pay my bill for staying nil night and having break 11c result is that each district contains but a handful of children Tho wages of the teacher lIre small and givingInstructiolc of advancement front tho primer to tho higher arithmetic A bettor way was discovered omo years ago in tho State of Maine and hues been put in practice with largo success in Ohio and Wisconsin Tho dilli1rlcts means that there can bo two teach ers ono for the older pupils and one for tho younger In this way every elites revives twice as much time as it head before from tho teacher and tho children can IHJ properly graded nod classified In many uses four togcthortlmoand tho money which would bo paid to tho fourth teacher is usual In hiring a wagon to bring tho children who live farthest from tho school Tho great success of this system wherever tried gives assurance that it will IMS a success everywhere Now tho only case of combined districts which wo know of in Ken tacky is Burning Springs Two dis trick have been put together so as to give n larger number of pupils Boron proposed to help this con solidated district by paying additional wages so that they can sepre the teat teachers It will also furnish seine illustrative apparatus and general oversight so as to make tho work in the regular common school studies as good as it can possibly ho made Tho younger and less advanced pupils aro to have their rights And thus there will Ira a demonstration of what can IMJ done wherever two or sire districts can ho thrown together so ns to give onough pupils and enough money to rut a really good rural school When people see what is clone at Burning Springs it will lx copied elsewhere And meanwhile mummy parents who nro anxious for the education of their younger children will move to Burning Spiings in order to secure these advantages nt once Tho gooditho County Superintendent of Leslie County nnd a recent graduate from tho Normal Department of Borea will have charge of tho school fast tho bookkeeper told me that Mr Coultcs ho with whom I had slept told him to charge my bill to accountTuesday morning no letter camo from Sir Buswell so I made up my mind that while I was waiting to seo if it would come I would go out and visit Anna Leavetto and the Lake girls I reached there about ono oclock and they had no idea I was in Chicago so it was quite n surprise for them to see mo Dr Pearsons got to asking questions mad as they say in Kentucky ho is tho thlkincst man I have ever met I had supper with him and I could hardly get to eat for his talking thou he had mo stay all night Iam glad I met him for his genuine plainness and commou sense mantle a great impression on me Next morning Anna Leavetto got per mission to go into the city with mo Wo went to tho Moody Institute and yet tho bettor hadnt come so wo wont out to Lincoln Park visited tho animals und the flower house thou wont back to tho Institute but received no letter so I wont down and saw Anna on tho train My mind was made up to go on so I went to tho Manager of the Institute and as soon as ho found out where I was going and when ho dictated n letter at once to his stenographer procuring half rates for mo so with a Godsjteod anti bo sure and write us Ross I hastened to tho Central Wisconsin Office and got my ticket Now I will tithe up when I lauded It Mallcn 1 wilt never leave theo nor forsake theo is very real to mo asked where Mr Buswell livedamid was told that he lived at Waukesha about 300 miles away It didnt stagger mo a bit but it is to tho Lord lowed my fortitude I wont up thostreet to tho barbers shop and was asking him about tho churches and schools and found out that he didnt care much about thom null couldnt even tell mo the ministers nome At that moment the minister wont past and in him I recognized ono of my best Moody Institute chums i L BATTLE IMMINENT Gen LIncvItch Wires the Emper- Or Sayinr That a Victory- is Almost at Hand NO NEGOTIATIONS FOR ARMISTICE Tho General He rsThat lie Bo Allowed to Restore tho Prestige of tho Russian Army I Diplomatic Measures For the Peace Conference Are Continuing In the Face of the Steady Pressure Brought To Bear St Petersburg Juno 21 Diplomatic measures for the peace conference are continuing In tho taco of tko steady pressure brought to bear by tho mill tant factions Lieut Gen Llnevltch has again wired the emperor saying that victory Is almost at hand and beg King that ho and his army bo not de prived of the opportunity to restoro the prestige of Russian arms Minister of War Sakharoff bad an audience with tho emperor at Petcrhof and It Is said that he presented to his majesty measures for another mobil zation of troops and urged the advisa bility of their adoption Gen Llnovltcha telegram seems to confirm the Indications that negotia tions for an armistice are not proceed ing between the Russian and Japanese commandersGrand Alexis who Is going abroad soon and Vice Adm Chouknlu commander of tho Dlack Sea fleet who It Is thought will bo chosen to succeed Adm Avellan as head of the admiralty department also were re ceived by time emperor at Peterhof Adm Chouknln reported on the condl lion of the Black Sea fleet and also offered suggestions for the naval pro gram whichIs under consideration It Is said that the emperor contemplat lag the appointment of a commission headed by Vice Adm Dlrllcff to formulae a program In the light of the lesSons taught by Russian naval development In the past quarter of a cen tury and of the experience of other nationsA Battle Before Armistice London June 21London displays aniever lessening belief In the possi bility of an armistice being concluded before Gen LIncvItch and Field Marshal Oyama have tried conclusions It seems to be believed here that the next Important news will bo that Japanese armies under Gens Hase gawa and Kawamura in cooperation have seized Nlnguta thus cutting the railroad between Harbin and Vladivo stokA Japanese correspondent df tho Morning Post says ho thinks that nel ther bslllgerent will now pay atten lion to territorial boundaries and adds that It Is quite probable Oyama has sent a largo force on a wide detour to the westward through Mongolian ter ritory VICTORIOUS ADVANCE The Russians Have Been Completely Outflanked on Both Wings London Juno 21The correspondent of the Dally Telegraph at Toklo sends the following The Japanese are continuing their victorious advance In Manchuria The Russians have been completely out flanked on both wings and news of Japanese victories may bo expected shortly The Japanese havo considerably over Half a million men in the field Their preliminary operations began as tar back as May 20 Two significant announcements havo been madethe first that tho Japanese consul general has Informed tho viceroy of Liang Kiang that Adm Urlus squadron Mends to cruise In the Vanptso river and tho second that tho British squadron at HongKong will proceed to WelHnlWcl and begin gun practlco off Shantung province on Juno 22 Your correspondent with the Japan eso headquarters reports that Cossacks were repulsed with heavy losses near Linn II impart Juno 10 but were con siderably rplnfarcvd at Tclkaten and that another raid is expected In tho direction of Maillncheng tho Russians have been reinforced by three divis ions Gen Mndolnroft commands tho advance linos add Is trying to check the Japanese northward advance Tho Russians have constructed three strong bridges across tho Tu men river- Morocco Appeals To the United States Washington June 21The state department received a dispatch from Mr Qummere minister to Morocco trans mUting a request from the government of Morocco that the United States participate In a conference upon the at fairs of that country Tho request Is similar to that which has been sent to other governments Imprisonment and Fine For Perjury St Louis Juno 21ln tho United States district court M L Roddick formerly postmaster at Yazoo City Miss entered a plea of guilty to a charge of perjury and was sentenced to ore years imprisonment la tho pen tr l l i j l I 1- ti tX +HH+HtHHH1lH Sixteen Departments f A Eight Pagestt P IL i e 1jt If h i i a iMIior ciTirotleerl t eau I r i T ttr4sumiusilaii + T J June 22 1905tI t J Many persons tHink because their business is small that a bank does not want to be bothered with it w I 7TheyI bank is conoerned We welcome the small aooount as cordially as the large onelOne dollar will start I fan account r Come in and begin saving yourfJmoney mI Yours I fjdtriiliiI ma ptfCa h1ert I J s e 44t rorokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokotroodtotrororou lIItS o b IY b WI9 a- o X pJ 0o JI ak DONT FORGET d in L o I Jo 4 oo The New Cash Store sells the 00 o ro Highest Grade Goodsdto O o i Vv IIi 0 0 x for the 1 rtoxfl1i I ou1 o oIj4La not just as represented by us Ask yourcneighbor about our goods z y Call and see us Before BuyingJ t to- W o r L I i THE NEW CASH STORE 1 o r1 toCC RHODUS Prop o- o o 0 ro 0x o o R- ei10A0710 ogoSlo oSloSloSlo to7loSsoSto oAO7toitoStoSto oilo loAOi o7A Youre Invited To pay our store n lengthy call that you may inspect tho largest nowest best bought stock of goods in Eastern Kentucky COME IN LOOK EXAMINECOMPARE and PRICE Our goods are all for sale we advertise and encourage homo buying and wo dont have to GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS rWo havo SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMEIISeHonest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality will all I testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOESeThey Fit they Wear they Satisfy IOur Big 4 1I STUDEBAKER WAGONS OLIVER PLOWS OBELISK FLOUR I 1 BANNER PAINT l y saves trading at IEvcry jYLC HS JI iuli rI t tt I J tj r i tiI IIIJ ot 1 0A LITTLE PINK SHOE c Olry a Kris pink bMl bee TIt a tled and wrlnknl and lore Ui a Ui y hole LrV tLe Hill IrtHk tee Iccptu jut In the dale that are gone t TH mip pta tee was the bit lluc pis Tluf of trarhet molten woul mo I And ovtr and over that legend wu told- As 1 lowed tie little pink toe r IlBKle tome more her red tats would lisp And the story and kiss were given Again and again eo happy were wet 1 In motherhoods feretusle of llcuven Dui there came a night with dtlIOtale blight When death bore m Idol anoy And no llltlo toe over peeps from the shoe- Tu be kissed In the same old way But my tears have deluged the little pink shoe And stained It a deeper ttaln And 1 long tor the touch that would cfclll me In death r Jr It gave me mj darling again So when I am dead lay the lltUe pink hoe Near my heart that Is silent and cold And perhaps up above In the sunlight ot love I shall kiss the pink toe ns of old KATE TIIYSON MARR Nt A TROLLEY CAR ROMANCE By M BlCKKBtL Iflpjrtght 1I bj W O Ctupmtn I T THANK HE long distance open trolley carIpulled up at the junction and t was a fierce scramble for seats i us taco arrived breathless and panting just In time to secure the last vacant one Not until the car had started on again did he turn to look fairly at his seat mate on the left then he found jj himself gazing Into a very handsome but flushed and resentful face Ills dnn color rose suddenly II didnt notice he stammered apologetically VI really did not I thought you were In Chicago And I thought you wore In SU Loula she retorted with an injured air- I left yesterday I felt that I needed ssomewell a short vacation he i made out to explain j u Ahl she said lifting her chin a r trlfleand using a tone that was dis tinctly meant to show him how utterly indifferent his affairs had become to her Then with a decided movement she turned from him and gazed straight ahead- A second flood surged painfully into t his cheeks but he set his lips and gazed forward too When the con ductor cathe for their fares Eustace handed him a dime which he pock eted ringing In for two Here called the lady sharply but j the conductor passed on without notic log the nickel she had extended Her face blazed If OU did that i ur- I EUlitacetyOUti But I didnt he quickly protested fIhad nothing smaller I Then take this and sho tried to r the coin Into his hand J IIsIt necessary he asked drawing I IOfcourse why should I allow aaI stranger to pay nIT faro she demanded i i haughtily Oh very well If 1 am that r andIThey Were In the open country now and the car was rushing over a pri I vate rightofway through green llowcrtedecked fields See the pretty daisies cried a Tj child In the seat behind Eustace He was glancing at them muchani lcally and listlessly when his companion uttered a dismayed ejaculation A J putt of the fresh westerly wind against Job the car was speeding had torn r hat and It was rapidly being behind The conductor had seen iltoa mishap however and promptly the bell The airbrakes woro and the big vehicle slid to a 1 Ill run back for it said Eustace to the conductor and the latter was entirely willing to let him 1lo so I The hat was lying In tho grass some pickedIand hurried back He boarded the car quite out of breath and was sideItM without a word at first but after she u I had fastened It In place sh6 saltls I You should have let the conductor i go Youre newly exhausted You know the doctor warned you against too violent exertion This Is the sec ond time U daV youve been Impru dentto rny knowledge She spoke with severe reproof yot toj1 she would have been most unwilling 4 that he should suspect thisff pareieinpss1 jiy death might bo tot IStopl she Interrupted sharply think you needed to say that It seems to me It was In the worst possible taste Well I didnt say It so theres t v DO harm done he remarked a trifle Bulluily For some time they rode on In sl lence By and by hb offered a best piaIturesque bit of scenery but she Ills I dalnod making any response She would dot even look at him now Tho car arrived in a small town and I Slopped several tltneh After one of I these stops he said stlfllyi A man has just jot ort and left a vacant place hack theo I ron tako is It If you wish to gft rid of me lVery well she answered coolly k sa- Aj I I 1 f c It certainly will bo more comfortable here with only our on the seat He had hoped she would not accede to his proposal quite so readily but now ho was fairly forced to carry t out He stepped down to the running board and retired to the unoccupied seat au Inside one so far in the rear that ho could no longer see her at all After he was settled he remembered that ho had left the bunch of daisies he had so hastily plucked with the haltformed idea of offering thorn to her Would site on discovering them at hor side hurl the poor little flowers scornfully away The railway was for the most part singletracked At one of the occa sional sidings the car halted After a few minutes wait tho conductor went forward and the passengers on tho front benches heard portions of a colloquy between him and driver Were near an hour late now grumbled the conductor and I want my dinner sometime today Same here said the driver I guess we mights well chance It The conductor returned to his own platform and rang the bell The car resumed Its journey but Its speed soon Increased beyond anything that had been shown hitherto Some of the passengers were beginning to look un easy when from around a curve not far ahead there came another car That too was behind time and both were traveling at a perilous speed Tho drivers reversed and put on the brakes but they were too late to prevent the Inevitable crash It was a bad wreck Eustace being at the rear was among the lucky ones who escaped anything worse than a severe shaking up Yet for a few mo ments his agony of mind was Intense Almost Immediately ho sprang down and ran to whore a woman lay mo tionless near the track Her eyes OH MAIUiURY OH MY LOVE HE MOANED were closed and tier face wore the pallor of death In one hand she held tightly clutched a bunch of daisies Oh Margery oh my love he moaned kneeling at her side with a despairing look Tho eyelids fluttered and a spasm of pain contracted the lips I jumped she gasped the Instant be fore and either broke or sprained my ankle It hurts mo frightfully Thank God youre not killed ho cried I thought at first you re- Did youfobsso much as that sho asked and then fainted Ho took her in his arms and carried her away from the debris and con fusion for some distance into the field With his light overcoat rolled as a pillow for her head he laid her in the tall grass aad ve7y gently began to examine thb hurt ankle It was not broken but had sot a bad wrench lie found water near by and removing the shoo and stocking bathed the Injured member and finally bandaged It with his handkerchief Meanwhile she had regained consciousness Sitting down he readjusted the overcoat and took her head In his lap For some mo merits he had been stroking her brow gently when lie noticed that tears were beginning to steal from beneath her closed eyelids He bent over her tenderly I Docs It still hurt you as much as ever he askid She opened her eyes and struggling with a sob replied It Isnt that Ioh Jack Ive beenso wretched those five months past Not more so than I Manic he returned with deep sincerity I havent known a happy moment since weourInes that day I have almost written to you a dozen times she confessed Once I did write and thin tore up the lot tor I wanted K tell you only I was too stubborn U was all my fault our falling out My temper Is something abominable but Ive had a lesson andNo no he protested I was wholly to blame When I get Into one of my sulky fits Im worse than a beast But Ive sworn ort from themII really have Marjle Well It was a foolish unnecessary quarrel anyway But It has come to an end dear csU She lifted the crushed handful of daisies In an attempt to hide the color that was rushing back Into hor cheeks Yes she whispered lIe bent low to catch the word Gent ly ho put the flowers aside then bent lower still Their lips met In a long kiss of reconciliation- My own wife once more ho mur mured The Eskimo eat not only bears and seals but also dogs foxes and any birds except crows The blubber 01 whales and seals they prefer raw r 4 I c l1 Second Quarterly Review Sunday School Lesson forJune2S 1905 SpccUlly Prepared ice This PaperI LESSON TEXTThe whole book of John which should bo read through At a sitting If possible CJOLDKN ThLXT nut these aw written that ye might believe that Jesus Ix the Christ the Son of God and that believing ye might have life through Jilt name John 313- 1TOl1r OP TIm QUARTKR lIre through faith In Christ as the Son or led The Quarters Lessons Tho last quarters lessons are all concerned with tho closing months of Jesus earthly life In the year A D- 3o The vision of the Apostle John covered In the last two lessons of two quarter relates according to the opn ion of most commentators to the present and future times The places covered In the lessons are Bethany Jerusalem and vicinity and tho Isln ot Patmos where Jonn was given his vision It Is interesting to note how large a part ot the Gos pel of John Is devoted to the last few months of Jesus life and how con tracted became the field of Jesus labors The persons met with In the lessons are chiefly Jesus tho twelve apostles the family at Bethany the Jewish priests rulers Roman governor and soldiersTruths of the Lessons The truths taught In the lessons may be briefly stated as follows Lesson 1 Jesus Is our Shepherd Lesson 2 Because Jesus lives we shall live also Lesson JC8US knows when we do our boat Lesson 4Josus Is worthy ot nil honorLesson GWe should love and serve one another Lesson GThe real Christian lives near to Jesus Lesson 7Jesus prays for alL Lesson 8We learn the truth from Jesus Lesson 9Jesus died to save ui from slu- Lcitson toJUlIS conquered death Leason UJ08t18 Is alive for ever more Lesson 12 Those who overcome sin will be with Jesus forever Important Suggestions- In studying the review consider especiallyThat what Christ did on earth we became acquainted with Ute Sav tour Who Is now our SaviourKing That Jesus is doing now the some kind of things by the same means as lie did on earth and with ton same conflict with evil That tho line drawn through the Ascension Is tho dividing line between Christs first coming and His second coming The periods the groat mete ments almost join The second corn ing as a whole began while some at the apostles were living They were not mistaken In their expectations of the fact though they did not realise all the glory at once nor even yet The astronomers told us that spring began on the 21st of March But that day It was snowing and we did not realize all that makes spring time the flowers the blossoming trees the green fields the balmy breezes But we were not mistaken In believing that tho period of spring had coma the period In which all those thlage would be realized That In the midst of the conflict there are songs of triumph as Rev 5 and 7 and 11 On which side are you In this con filet Are you working with Jesus Have you enlisted in Ills army Are you an open follower of Him as Saviour and King Let this be De cision Day Questions for the Review 1 How is Jesus the Good Shepherd 1 Lesson 1 2 Does Jesus sympathize with ui In our sorrows Lesson 2 3 Why should Christians not sor row hopelessly for those who die Lesson 2 4 Why does Jesus Who reads our hearts care to have us express our love for Him by outward acts Leg son 3 1 5 How and where was Jesus once honored as King Lesson 4 6 How can we enthrone Jesus sa King son 4 7 When once Odd has forgiven our sins what more do we need Las son G 8 How can we show the spirit which Jesus manifested when wash ing tho disciples feet T Losson 5 9 How closely may we be units Ito Jesus T Lesson 6 10 Whose prayers did Jesus spy would be answered 1 Lesson 6 11 Who are Included In Jesus prayer for His followers Lesson 7 12 What Is the kingdom of truth Lesson 8 13 How much doo8 God love ut1 Lesson 9 14 Does Jests care tor the temporal or the spiritual needs of Ht3 InveSones Lesson 9 t 15 When and to whom did Jesus Lesson 16 When do people especially aped the revelation Christ gave to ilk Apostle John Lesson 11 17 How do we know that Chrvtt will finally triumph over evil Life son 12 An art critic prophesies that the nex movement of European artwhich Jjp thinks has exhausted the ppwlbllities of realism may take the form of a return to the principles enunciated by the Chinese 1000 years ago J- FEED HIGH ON MUSKRATS Hundreds of the Animals Consumed At a Banquet in Michigan Town Lately Two thousand eight hundred musk rats were eaten by 1600 guests at tho great muskrat feast recently hold at Monroe Mich relates What to Eat Statesmen lawyers doctors and men of all professions were Included In the list of attendants and the relish with which the rodents wore devoured should forever set at rest the claim that thIS muskrat should not be numbered among the things that are good to eat Former Lieut Gov John Strong was present and should have been awarded tho prize for eating the greatest number of roasted rats He said ho never ate any thing that tasted better and It is par tially at his suggestion that the feast Is to be ropeate J at Monroe next year All the officials of the town honored tho occasion with their pretence and digni tarles were there from towns and cities as far away as Toledo Ohio From the latter city came Frank Wade the bosom friend of the late Golden hula Jones who ho says taught him to eat maskrats No kind of meat was served excepting muskrat and aside from tho eating the principal diversion consisted In speechmaklng and listening to ora tions In praise of the toothsome on datra zlbethlcus While the guests were principally pro fessional men most of them were moro or less Interested In yachting and it was yachtsmen who devised and suc cessfully carried out the novel feast The occasion was under tho auspices ot the Monroe Yacht club which boasts among Its members some of the most noted of Michigans lawyers and doctors W It Sterling commodore of the club H A Conant Charles Greening and Edward Wilder constituted the committee that had direct supervision over the festivities v Preparations for tho great rat car nlal were begun weeks In advance Three thousand rats were advertised for but the number obtained lacked 30C of reaching that figure The feast began at ten oclock but in order to haTe the rats ready for the diners it was neces sary to begin the cooking at noon of the festive day Tho preparation of the ro dents for food was In charge otCilSouthworth a caterer of renown The noted chefs Davis and Look did the cooking Tho rats were cooked In bread ovens After being treated M as to rid them of all the musky odor from which they derive their name they were placed In small pans and then shoved Into the oven by the hundred It was PAnI was brought from the oven Tho moat of the rats was very tark but the feast en declared that It was exceedingly sweet far superior to wild duck or venIson Skilled trappers caught the rata In their haunts In the marshes of that see tlon of Michigan the trappers being spurred to extraordinary efforts by the liberal rewards that had been offered Joe Laaette a grtzsled French trapper ought far more than any other and hn was made the hero of the feast and game keeper of the club livery bit ot fleea was stripped from the last bone of the rats It was nearly daylight whoa the feast ended and no ono baa yet oora ptalned of bad after effects that IB from eating the rats WHAT THE SIMPLON MEANS Effacement ot a Rbrrmntlc and nil torical Path by the New Tunnel But the piercing of the Slrapton will unhappily bring with It the final Of facement of one of the most romantic and grandly historical paths In hu man expedition the chsing curtain in the most picturesque drama Europe has afforded writes Deshler Welch in The Piercing of the Simplon In Century The Napoleonic spectacle was full of surprises its argument Narrates the complications of society and war Its complexities detail the enthrallment of personal magnetism and force- The superbly built road over the Alps has remained ono of tho most fascinating divisions for the thoughtful tourist and has been fraught with memorable experiences From tho moment of embarkation In the yellow diligence when tho whip was claCked ov rthe heads of tho post horses at lirlQg until tho arrival in the gorge of the Gondo at Iselle It was a con tinuously unfolding tableau of grand eur and charm The overture had be gun back In tho Rhone valley with the castles of Slon and Sierra the towers of Louecho and Martlgny at the foot of the great fit Bernard nut when the ascension of the Slmplon lie can it became a long series of wind lags through fortified defiles loading around terrifying abysses and through the wildest of mountain recesses Ono was awed by the splendor and stirred with conlllctlng emotions It was In deed a refugethe hospice of the Au gustine monks Who that has experienced It will over forget the welcom Ins hospitality of the four secluded brethren in that desolater spot Spiteful Mr Browne I dont see why you want to hire a large hall for your musicale Youve only got about a score of friends that youre going to Invite Mrs Browne I know but Ive got several score of enemies whom I am not going to Invite and I want thom to know that I had plenty of roomPhiladelphiaP- reSs otlcMrs NowRich I want to see some of them stttdonts Bibles Bookseller Bound In moroccolNot for ins UnltedStatosKan- I City 0rovcrB Telegram i 7 rw n A WATER BOAT AND MILL Tin Pan and Tall Lamp Chimney Constitute Parts of Interesting- Apparatus Of course any boat unless It happens to be an iceboat a stone boat or a gravy boat may be called a water boat but I am speaking of a boat driver by water us well as through water Its principal parts are a tin pan and a tall lamp chimney Close the small end of the chimney with a cork into which a rubber bent glass or lead tube Is tightly fitted prop the chimney up In the pan with the small tube projecting over the rim fill the chimney with water and set tho chimney craft afloat It will move with the ease and grace of a turtle though not so fast until all the water hat run out says the Chlcigo Inter Ocean You can produce a better of speed by using Instead of limitation a little wooden boat of more model with tho water tube over the stern but unless the vessel U very broad ol beam It wilt capsize In fact the boat Is made not to go fut but to Illustrate a principle by go- Ing at all and another Illustration of the same principle Is given by me water mill now to bo described The mill Is made of the same lamp chimney or another with corks or plugs In both ends Instead of ono water tube it has two three four or more going out like the spokes of a wheel and bent at the oDdail In the same direction The chimney set upright between two pivots which preen against the upper and lower plugs and is tilled with water through a hole In I the upper plug which also servos to ad suit air when the mill is turning The only use for the top plug In foot Is to give a point ot support and the vas lIU1eltubelrection and if there Is not too much friction at the pivots It will soon be spinning rapidly The water boat and the water mill are examples of what lire called reaction machines The prin ciple they Illustrate la that generally speaking you oaanot move anything without moving something eke In the opposite direction In both of these cues as tilt waterieforoedoutlntbe df I QASILY M4DK If iLl tot Ion of the water tube the boat or part ot the mill from which it ws Is driven in the opposite direct Uon The recoil or kick of a gun Is another Illustration At the instant of firing the gun moves backward It it can but If you are holding It against your shoulder you feel the reaction as a kick and if the gun U heavily load ed you may move backward with groat promptnessA might be propelled by firing heavy cannon from the stern Now If your big brother who Is a Yale sophomore and nearly full of wis tom says that the pressure of tho stream of water against tho air drives the water boat and the water mill toll him you know bettor The air has nothing to do with It and the little machines would go just as well If there were no air bolter In deed as then they would have no air friction or resistance to contend with Flower Oracles When you hold a daisy In your bawl and pulling Its petals off recite lie loves me ha loves me not you are not the only child who does just this this In Many countries aid many climes the children are consulting the same oraMles The Italian say something which translated moans This year another year soon never If no daisies are to be had a branch of a tree Is taken one having alternate leaves These are detached ono by one but tho charm Is valueless unless the mystic words are spoken The English girl says Ho loves for me longs for me wishes me well does tot care etc which means the same thing as that uttered by her Italian and American cousins Cincinnati Enquirer A Cautious Youth A very small boy was trying to lead a big St Bernard up the road What mylittleIIm going to see wherewhere- he wants to go first was tho breath less Cotnpan4oni How It Happened Iaconlurlapyard Ills wife was house cleanfagi Ua t 1- r I l ARENA NEW MARBLefqAME Pastime for SmalHBoy WM BBS tined to Furnl ell Him 14baJ Amusement I 4tUpon any smooth stdtwallc o stretch of level grouW draw tljo dla gram ns shown In tnV cut hotrw1J Tho numbers can tie pw In iyrTwo can play the ame ordinary f marbles being used laUhoujfc argo- ones I aro preferable 1 Each player selects nls home caUUa kt one end of the dl gram sled Iii shooting tho marbles ciVch Is tupp eil with five tho hand sliould be UOA within tho castle line or Walls fthe players shoat onijpatbv them within the circle that skrU tlisj I L h DIAGRAM OF NEW UAIB csslles These domains are marked 20 i In ItIfcircle the count of M 1s made for Unit shot but some dlfHetiliy will be ex perienced inasmuch as the marbles mtMt stay in the long lane on their I way to the opponents cattle wall Tnt I arena a square ruMiray tetwwn Uin aides Is so PIed beeauso lure the marbles may clash as tht110 on their way aeroM UM board If they do eel- Ude then a count Is sleds abd4sg by UM sqanre on which either marble tops A ducks egg of course ostmU for vrthlBg In other words a count own ba re lorded If attar the marbles UaJt In the arena they stop on say ot the Rum bared square Flv marbles are wm by each player aad alt are tell on this board until the end of the same when the official count U made An amusing feature will he the at tempt by players ta prevent a clash In the aroma for the carat of 30 greatly exceeds any other count In the game A KITE THAT FLIES WELL Material for This Little Invention 1M I to De Found in Every Boys Home here is n small kits which may easily mado and flown from a Tho material Is found In every aud It doesnt take much effort hjmake one Get two long straws from the brunet A nieee or thin unwrinkled per and some threadNo 60 or 89 The best pa tper Is tho white wrapping paper used In grocery stores On the pa POI draw a line 13 Inchei long FourIInches from end draw another line across It which may he seven itches long Connect tho ends of the o lines and you will have ahaper marked out to look Rico the kilo In the plwurc Cut off all the paper rjpt needed On the two lines firBtIdrawn out little holes about two inches I thoDroomsan o kind of paper torn as shown and should bo about five feet long The i Ijtied1twoThere is generally a breeze blowing i through a houso In one window nnd i 11thekite If it goes round and round In a I circle It needs more tall If It ap pears to be too heavy take off a little of tho tall and then try ItGood Literature A Mixup Little Johns mamma bad taken hl down town to buy a lightweight union suit of underwear for him On reach Ing homo tho little boys auntie him What kind of a putt he Unable to think of the word Isllol1WJohnreplied I dont k tow it United States but It was OlJ that meant the sanao Detroit Fre Press L I I tJ YlLEGEDI me of the Most Sensational Cases Ever Brought to Light in Philadelphia NUMBER OF STOCK SHARES RAISED I It Causes a Loss to Hanks and Trust Companies of the City From 750000 to 1000000 Hundreds of Shares Had Been Tam f perad With and Deposited In Bank Ing Institutions as Securities For Large Loans Philadelphia Juno 21One of the most sensational cases of forgery that has over Leon brought to light In flnan clol circles of thin city was disclose when It was announced that certlfl cafes calling for small numbers of shares of stock had been fraudulently ralsod to hundrc shares causingI a lots to certain talcs and trust com- o panles of this city from 7GOOOO to 1000000 Tho forgery Involves the namo of Benjamin II Oasklll who died four weeks ago UasUIli was tho sole member of thi bAnkln and brokerage concern known as Benjamin II nnaktll A Co He hall offices In tho financial district and his credit was considered gilt edged At the time of Qaskllls death hr was believed to bo worth about 500 000 Ho loft no will and odmlnlstra tors began to close up his business A patron of tho firm bought from tho cs tate 100 shares of Philadelphia Trac tlon Co stock and 100 shares of stock of the Unite States Steel Corpora tlon Ho turned his account over to F C Miller ft Cu whir firm sent tin loo shares of tractloi stock to tin Philadelphia Traction Coe omcos to have tho transfer recorded Tho cer Uficnto did not ogrco with tho com ponys looks and an Investigation showed that tho eortlflcnte had been gassed from six shares to 100 Tho dls J cover Co was reported to P C Miller 41 IASurprising State of Affairs A further Investigation brought to i Unlit a surprising state of affairs It was found that Gasklll had crodltoi himself on his own books with C00 shares of Philadelphia traction stock hralacd at approximately 600000 while tho traction companys book showed he had only 400 shares It was alw discovered that he had raised stock certificate of tJ1nttld Railways o New Jersey from two to 200 and th certificates of the Frankford Southwest Railway fJa thla city trout two taSO Tho latter stock Is worth 460 a share Oajklll kept two accounts ono recording tho transactions of his cue tomors which was correct and an other giving his own transactions HI method of operation was to obtain cer tlflcatos of gUt edged securities call Ing for one two three or home other small number of shares raise the figures and give them as socurltlos fa largo loans At least six banks and trust companies of thla city admit holding fraudulent securities for largo loans Not one of the Institutions will aiako public tho amount of money they advanced but a financier who hw been making an investigation salt that tho amount of money loaned or tho raised certificates will aggregate between 760000 and 1000000 It is bolloved that very little will bo recovered from tho estate THE EQUITABLE SOCIETY The Resignations of James W Alex- andert and Jss H Hyde Accepted jNow York Juno 21 Followini the Institution of a now and Independent investigation of tho affairs of the Equitable Lifo Assurance society by direction of Paul Morton chairman of tho board of directors 1cann the announcement by Mr Mor ton that ho had accepted the rcslgnu thane of James W Alexander as prcsl dent and lames H Hydo as vice president These resignations wIth those of Socond Vice President Oago R Tar bell Third Vlco President George T Wilson Fourth Vlco President Wllllan H Mclntyro and Assistant Secretary H n Winthrop which were placed In tho hands of Mr Morton at tho meet- Ing of tho board of directors at which ho was elected chairman of tho board with plenary powers over all tho affairs or tho society In receiving the resignations tho new chairman an nouncod that ho would hold them In abeyance until ho had time to acquaint himself further with tho affairs of the socloty Charged With Operating a Swindle Chicago Juno 21Actlng on Information received from tho officers of the NOW Orleans Jockey club tho po lice arrested Z It Stuart ono of the officials of the Imperial Urokcrago Co of this city on a ehargo of opcratlnc a swindle State Bank Closes Its Doors Dunkirk N Y June 21Tho State bank of Foreotvlllo closed Its doors owing to the failure of the Frodonl National bank Fred It Orson cashier of tho Frcdoula National was one of the founders of the Forcstvlllo Instl o tutlon Omaha Banks Consolidate Omaha Neb Juno 21 Announce mont was mado of the consolidation of tho Commercial National United States National and Union National banks of this city under the namo of the United States National bank MINISTER BOWEN The President In a Letter Di rects Ills Dismissal From the Diplomatic Service HIS CONDUCT REPREHENSIBLE It Is tho Outcome of tho Controversy lsalstgntSecretory 4 Bowen Secured Publication of Attacks- on Loomis and Furnished Press Documents Pending Before State Department Washington Juno 21 President Hoosovclt In a letter addressed to Secretary Taft made public directs tho dismissal of Minister Rowan from tho diplomatic service and prralgns Mr Dowon8 conduct in tho Dowen LoomU controversy as rcprchcnsl bid1 Tho dismissal of Herbert W Bowen for some years United States minister to Venezuela and tho exoneration of Assistant Secretary of State Francis D Loomis of the allegation broUKht against him by Mr Ilowvn are the outcome of tho LoorolHDowcn contro versy which has attracted wide atten tlqn for many months past This dis position of tho case Is made by Presi dent Roosevelt in a letter addressed to Secretary Taft just mado public approving Mr Tnfta report on his findings and conclusions In tho case The president scathingly arraigns Min- Ister Bowen declaring that his con duct Is especially reprehensible that Mr Bowen asked ono of his witnesses to enter tho employ of a certain cap ital for tho purpose In plain words of stealing documents which ho hoped might incriminate Mr Loomis and that Mr llowcn baa evidently for ninny months Indeed for tho last two years devoted Himself to hunting up scandal and gossip until It became a monomania and caused him to show complete disloyalty to the country ho represented HAd Hoped To Promote Bowen The Ireldont says ho list hoped to promote Mr Dowen as during much of his service he had dono good work but that his usefulness In the diplo matic service Is now at an end Tho president adds that ho would direct that Mr Ilowona resignation berequested for but for his statement that ho would consider a resignation an admission of and tho dis prosf ident states that It appears that Mr Ilmvon while minister secured tho pub lication of attacks on Mr Loomis and furnished to the press documents pending before tho state department for approval and that his explanation Is Inexcusable and shows his entlro unfitness for the service Even If thespresident Mr Dowen conduct would bo unpardonable The letter quotes certain correspondence and testimony Time report of Secretary Taft on the actionrIs based In a voluminous document reviewing tho charges and the ovl dunce taken In the dispute Loomis Was Indiscrete In his report Secretary Taft says that there was nothing dishonorable in tho transactions In which Mr Loomis figured but that ho was not discreet Tho report says that Mr LoomIs was not justified In becoming personally Interested In any of the schemes el thor with a moro nominal Interest or substantial Interest Ho holds however that Mr Loomis has been most cruelly slandered commends him for tho selfrestraint with which ho has mot the charges and point 3 out that Mr Loomis bitter experience In this case makes It unnecessary to point out tho moral that a minister can not afford In tho country to which ho IB accredited to make personal Investments INDUSTRIAL UNION Eugene V Debs Announces the Plan of the Organization Terre Haute Ind Juno 21 Eugene V Dobs one tlmo socialist candidate for president announced tho plan of tho now Industrial union which will be launched In Chicago next week Mr Debs denies that tho Industrial union Is to bo a rival of tho American Federation of Labor but says It will be organized along Industrial lines and embraces tho entire working class It will repudiate tho alleged Identity of Interests between capital and labor To Go To the Isthmus Washington Juno 21Maj Edgar RusBoll on duty In the olflco of the chief signal olflco of tho army has boon ordered to report to the Isthmian canal commission to go to tho Isthmus and install a complete system of tote phonic and telegraphic communication In the canal zone The Pressmens Convention Son Francisco Juno 2tThe annual convention of the International Press men and Assistants of North America elected M P Hlgglns of Boston president and W J Webb of New York secretary treasurer Tho next annual meeting will bo held In Pitts burg In Violation of the Law New York Juno 21oov HIggins has notified Police Commissioner Me Adoo that a Chinese military organi zation known as tho Chinese cadets which was formed In tho Chinese dis oxateN HHHHHH+HM1MMIlIIlII The Home ii JBKHIB LESTER BILL Editor I H4iir II 11+ 11t11I111HFF- ruit Trees Planted For Ornamental Purposes Some kinds of fruit trees are fully as well suited to servo OB adornment to our homos OH ninny of those trees and shrubs not bear fruit An apple tree laden with rosy and fragrant bloom in springtime is indeed n lovely sight mid reminds no haj presencoWhen sprelldinghrallches and mellows its fruit it becomes still moro attractive A cherry tree with its shower of bloom and later its crop spectnc10ingo on hunting n list of treis that are lath beautiful and useful that could ho planted on tho parts of our grounds whore it is common to use only shade treesIn choosing fruit trees for ornamen till purposes tho greatest care should bo used to he sure that only such as will grow well under sod treatment and into graceful forms when they are largo should bo selected For most plates those or rather spreading habit will bo found to give better satisfac bon than the tall ones because of their shade Now and thou a tall growing pear or some other tree serves a very good purjKiso Of these the Buff um pear is ono of the best for it is no very tall and hardy and its leaves turn a bronzy crimson in autumn Tho lied Astrakhan npplo tree makes n thick shade and its fruit is not surpassed for family use A Seckol pear treo does not grow fast but it is hardy and of grateful form and there is no fruit of better quality Poach trees do not often flourish un der the conditions that usually prevail on lawns but plum trees nro letter Quince trees when well started by till ago or mulching will usually do very well in grass nmko handsome hush like trees and their flowers foliage and fruit nro nil ornamental and tho littler very useful Sonic of the bush fruits may bo made to servo good purposes as bonier rnspbortRed the old cities cut out promptly will produce well and bear an abun dance of fruit The same is true of blackberry gooseberry and currant bushes rho dwarf juneberry is also well suited to the same use All these bushes should IM well mulched with coarse manure mind lawn clippings A well kept strawberry bed is a pretty sight at almost nil tithes of year no matter how small Good judgment and reasonable care will make a few fruits about the house yard both beautiful and usoCulJ II JfcFnr land in Address Before American Iomological Society t 1liiI+ 1HIHlHIIHIH Berea Teachers Club DsHHmmilHiHHHMIH As tho members of the Club have not rested long enough to send back any news for tho Club column this pnrdonedrorHow many B T C people plan to increase the interest anti value of their work this year by using tho rich stores of school material placed at every hand by nature f It should bo your pleasure it certainly is your youdirectcommon wonder or beauty in nature youhavehomo nnd school life You show it that school is not merely n place for a dull book grind having no connection with life about it but n place to bring experience and observation of common things to uso in n now and interesting way But there are so ninny things for the country teachers to do that you might not have time to plan this so let me help Ol- lSupposo we begin with n leaf Suppose wo have a picture drawn of onot Yes after n while bat not now Ask your pupils some oven ing to bring you two bottles of sltllpol1aoringThey will gladly bring them and in tine morning you will bring a twig of some kindau oak or maple is good with about six loaves on it Toll tho children you want to find out what leaves do They must do something for nothing in nature is useless Toll them too that tho language classes are to watch very closely so that they will be nblo to write about what you do the geography classes that they may learn sauna geography und tho advanced arithmetic people so they can help you later on and everyone else because you are going to find out something qutp wonderful about leavesFill ono bottle full up into time ijock and put your twig in it then fill the other to exactly the same point and set thong side by side on your desk taking care to prop them Iralh This may ho done best by cutting holes in n small postolxxird box and slipping thom into it Now the children aro to wait until the next morning andseo how much water tho leaf has drunk But why have two bottles f Some bright boy will tell you perhaps evnporntoCrom much the leaf drinks you must see how much less is in ono bottle than in the other at tho end of tho day If sonic one does not you can bring them to see it by asking if any water will get out of thin bottle with no leaf in it This is all for the first morning Tho next morning you will find that every child hits looked at the bottles before school hits opened so when you call them to order you will only have to find out how much water the leaf hits drunk Take a bottle exactly round or rectangular and fill it part full of water Mark tho height of the water with n bit of paper nnd pour front it into the bottle with the leaves in it until it is exactly as full ns tie ono which has no leaves in it Then measure tho depth of water poured out and let your arithmetic class measure tho bottle anti find tie volume of the water poured out Thor you will know just how much water six loaves will drink in ono dimly If there is room I will show much moro uso for this experiment noxt week d1tM11F1t11IIII111 1N1I4 The Farm SILAS CDBBVER MASON Editor IHI I I 11 11 I I 11 Hit I H+I I I I Nitrogen Nodules Some years ago German scientists discovered that certain organisms attached to the roots of a largo family of plants known ns legumes It was well known that this particular fami ly greatly increased the fertility of land by abstracting nitrogen from the air and leaving it in part n content of tho soil Other plants had not this power nor tho root nodules and this fact suggested the theory that the nod ules really gathered the elusive nitro gen Experiment verify this hypothesis It was evident that if the nodule germ or seed could bo raised artificially and then made grow where none grow before that the dis coverer of tho method would be a real benefactor Such cultures were made became an article of sale like any other seed but German farmers who bought and paid for this seed declared that its purchase was money wasted and that for time time ended tho mat terDuring this time ir George T Moore head of tho department of plant physiology at Washington care fully studied this complex question made other discoveries planted them but like a philanthropist made his patents a gift to tho Government that the fruit of his labor might bo n to the tiller of tho soil Tho Government thou began the produc tion of his culturo and distributed it for n time to all applicants free of cost In October last Dr Mooro published nu interesting article in the October Century which reached the cultured people of tho country anti was repub lished by every journal in America Tho farm papers offered it as of tho greatest value to their constituency and journals of every other kind us news and a discovery of inconceivable value In tho entire history of agri culture or of mechanical art no discovery was so quickly heralded and promulgated among nil classesof people The Government having fledged its bantling retired for tho time from the produbtiou of cultures but gave endorsement quisi or otherwise to laboratories which offered them for sale retail to tho farmer and whole sale to tho dealer in seed This is a concise history of a matter that has profoundly stirred tho farming world There is no desire on tho part of tho writer to travesty tho value of this discovery Ho wishes to say frankly that ho is not n scientist but onln plain practical tiller of tho soil anxious to make two dollars where ho could make only ono before if so dcsireablc n consummation can be at tained by this culture At tho same time ho is not willing to spend many dollars in tho purchase of this now fangled seed until ho has calmly inves tigated tho published claim of tho Government time statement of those who generate time seed anti those who sqll it like nil others the farmer needs Ho line known for ten years that on certain legumes these knots grow spontaneously and they can bo found on rep clover roots anywhere that tho soil is fairly good Ho also knows that when tho Southern cow I 1 bean is sown on good ground for the first time the roots are freo of knots that if the sowing is repeated the year after tho knots appear anti increaso with each successive sowing In tho innocenco of his heart he hind recon cUed this fact with the universallyac cepted teaching that rotation of crops is natures preservation of the soil and that these increasing knots woro her protest against his practice Most old men arc wedded tp their ways and their difficulty may bo appreciated when they come to struggle with tho proposition that knots on a clover root aro tho things that gather the nitro gen the more knots tho moro rich ness and that there are more of these when clover quickly follows clover There is also a current and widely ac cepted belief that we fail with clover because by repeated sowings we have made the soil elmer sick This be lief goes back at least as fur as tho current literature of the writers knowledge and it is awful to contem plate bow falacious was and is this theory in the face of tho present light if it is light- Germany was the pioneer country in tho nitrogen nodule propaganda and allwent lovely as long as it was a free distributor When tho farmers paid their hard earned marks for this precious seed the kicking began and tho culture industrywent out liko a tallow dip a tempest We are thrashing the same straw The pictures in the government bulletinNo 114of how the plants looked before and after inocculating aro paraphrased in those of the mustachio powders with which in the daily papers wo nro all familtiar The reports of those who got cultures free aro interesting but those who for tho same paid two dollars per acre will have more trouble in securing equal publicity nod these might not bo so assuring The writer and farmers generally are not equipped to consider this occult innovation in many of its bearings but what a fund of valuable practical knowledge they can gain by carrying n gardan trowel or chisel in the hip pocket when they study the stand of their clover in the bottoms and on the galled knolls The nitrogen nodule is said to make grow clover where none would grow before If this be true it is indeed liko tho metaphorical pelican that in times of stress bleeds its own bosom to feed its young It is too bad not to be a scientist but why these considerate nodules are so abundant in the rich bottoms andso scarce where they are so badly need ed is not clear to the plain man with the trowel or chisel and it is up to his learned brother to explain why when culture of the right kind is scattered ground abundantly there is so much where it is not needed anti so little on thin poor starved pelicans suffering pn tho sand piles A meeting of the Commissioners of the PanAmerican Traces College Council will bo held in Austin Texas July 10 The purpose of the Commis sion which was established by tho Texas Legislature is to found an institution somewhere on the Texas Gulf coast where the languages habits needs etc of the various peoples of the American continent may bo taught t Parties desiring picnic or camping privileges on College Forest lands must secure written permission from Prof S C Mason Supt of Preserve Van Amburg Show Berea lIDs been billed for the great Van Amburgs Show which will give two performances hero on Monday Juno 2ft They havo been attracting largo crowds at Richmond Lancaster and other points in Madison county during tho past week or so No doubt a largo number will be in Berea noxt Monday to witness their performance here The managers promise honest dealing and a free dom from any swindle games usually in attendance on such occasions Those who attended the performance in Richmond speak highly of the character of the show as a whole and of the general conduct in and about the tents It is well to remember however that frequently a rough element follows in the wake of a circus over which the managers of the concern have no immediate control and for whom they are not re sponsible These sharpers make a living at tho expense of those who suitor themselves to be bamboozled into spmo confidence game or carry their pocket book in too convenient a place for safety A good plan to follow on such occasions is to avoid tho very appearance of evil and bring no superfluous cash with you All persons having claims against the estate of Simpson Gentry are notified to present this on or before tho first day of August 1005 prop only verified SAMUEL GENTBT Adm of Simpson Gentry Uncomplimentary Wlfklns I believe that dog of mine knows as much as I do Blfklns Huhl Ive seen smarter dogs than that Chi cago News Agreeable advice is seldom useful ad vice MassUfon I 1 Dr w G BEST r I DENTIST Office over Post Offi I eIy j THE BEST If you got an Osborn iYfiyou get THE BEST r w DISC HARROWSIMOWERS AND RAKES tAlso Sell J AMERICANSTEEL Lot roe send you some hay and ahipstuu Goodjyut cheap A Pe SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phono 40 DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the cornerI rb tar 1iflPI 1athe few genuine means of recovery In rickets anu bone eniuumpti t pwSCOTF mUU 409411 Pearl Stre t New York joe and jtao ill druggists l EVERLASTING FENCE POST The Superior Stone Fence Post Just invented Composed of i Sand Portland Cement Gravel J t and Carbon Steel Looped Yiro Made on your own farm GJieap was wood Any farmer cdu take them fo self and sale Cojunfyv t and state rights for salo Daf e- lit want big profits in nrillMini table business f Write to tYJ T S GREARGeneral Agent TODD KY I i iPRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES tP TALLQW ETC I I Bought at topnotch prices byI J SQOTT Depot Street Deren Ky Nerve Fag If You Waste Your Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For It You can waste nene force by erects overwork worry anxiety tc You can weaken yourself by not etluc proper food or securing sufficient rotto renew the neno energy you uso up rJ The proper treatment In addition to rood phosphatlo food such as whole j meal bread prepared cereals etc Sa 7 Dr Miles Restorative Nervine v4 This Is as truly a brain and nerve food ai any food ypu could eat and be i lidos furnishes strength and tone of Its own which goes to the weakened nerve system and seta It to rights Dr Mlles Restorative Nervine Is a re freshing revitalizing tonic foojmedlclno for the brain and nerves It reconstructs jwornout nerve tissue and tills your languid brain with new life and vigor Dr Mlles Nervine has made so many marvelous cures of people so sick the doctors thought they were Incurable that It Is today the standard medicine In many thousands of American homes The first bottle is guaranteed to help you or druggist returns your money The extreme heat clone confinement and Intense mental strain Incident to the banking business has caused mo to suffer with nervousness and Insom nia It gives me plwuiure to say that I have used Dr Allies Nervine with very satisfactory results In the treat ment of there affections I am now on my fifth bottle nnd eat and sleep well In fact have almost forgotten that I possess nervesIL I DALU7 Asst Cashier State Dank Texarcana Ark I FREEWrite to us for Free Trial 6 of Dr Mimes AntlIPain Plus the New Sllntillc Remedy for Pain Also Symptom flank Our will your case tell itFreeLABORATORIES BUUIAIIT 4 J The Citizen Ui TtnrrxMDssnr FAMILY NE CTxrta t I f Kliid iTary n1lnday at Berra JC 1- j BEREA PUBLISHING CO s L C Hlnrain Manage- ransaosirrtox haAYra rATABLa UT ADTAOO- OB yar HM IItz month lie Hut moothi 7m Brad mo by fortoffle Money Ordw Bx A Br Uoocr Order Cheek Draft RtftoUni I Ofiur or one tad two cent tamps I Tk Dat attF your Dame ibowi to whU M yoor lubKTlpUon II tteru It tl not lIUned within thre cke edU uj iatr DoUtjai hlMarlben wUhtnf TBI Cmren topped uocltr 01 at the etplnUon of their =pU411 a1ID all smart othenrlM U hall at tthey with It oonllnoed X tlfT at lit olD7 tnyoarad Irtn jlrtefVclh old sod new tilOrtuM I KUttac Nwmben dae to wnppn ootnhil In the mil or otherwlM be rap IW U 1Ie lie AoUfteo1 Acentt Waat4 toerery loctlltr Write for mu Anyone Modlac ui tour lie 76r11- WcrIpU00I1I1U noelT TUC Crruxjt TM lot yew BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY u BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings In every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop Second Street oppor Court UOUM Richmond KYI h For SaleJ About ten or twelve build IDS Iota on the Louisville aDd Nashville railroad one half mile from Berea near Berea brick and tiling fac Itory in a fine locality tmd good neighborhood Can be bought right For further particulars call on 1 L B MOOKEj Berea Ky aca iSMcGuire i le at all times thoroughly prepared to deal with eye troubles Your eyes examined by the very best und latest optical instruments ills work gives l workIfew days after taking the order If i you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIANto I l Berea Ky 1 preparIed than ever to do your WATCH GENERALiing and Preying a specialty Work guaranteed l VS A Williams r tfall1 Street Berea Ky I dC F Hanson 1iJ LICENSED EMBALMER i AND UNDERTAKERi 1Succereorto B R Robinson callepromptlysttendodtonigbta YijA I Telephone No 4 Berea j Ky f v i W M TANKERSLEY andrCleaned Satisfac tion guaranteed G If work is not satisfactory J trill clo the work over free of charges s ti BTmt ELL EARLYS STORE ZEBEA KENTCCKX a- ti J a w= i TCc r N u HYPNOTIC PIANO PLAYING Phenomenal Performances by Un trained Persons Used as Musical Mcdlumc Paris Is very much concerned at present over a new phenomenon which Is called for lack of a better name musical mcdlumshlp In the same way that a few years ago the attention of the French scientists was largely occupied with thought transference now many Investigators In the French cap- Ital are carefully following the experi ments which are being conducted with the musical mediums states Public OpinionIn last number of the Journal des Debatd M Henri de Parvlllo care fully goes over the whole ground and the facts presented are well worth con sidering M de Parvllle first takes up the case pf a subject by the name of Aubert This man although Tie had but a rudimentary knowledge of music performs on the piano in a semihypnotic state compositions which recall the mupjul style of Mo zart Chopin Deethopir Schubert and others A second 6 nIl far more remarkable case however is that of Mlle Nydia This woman In a hyp notlc state and with her eyes carefully bandaged la able to play on the piano any piece of music which may be given her Thus at a sitting recently held at the Theater do la Mon nale in Brussels Mlle Nydla was led to M Sllvayn Dupuy chief of the or chestra of the theater who gave her a piece of music composed by himself which had never been published M Dupuy saw that the bandage bed been tightly placed over the girls eyes Mlle Nydla then sat down hold the paper in her hands for a few moments and then to the great astonishment of every one played the piece without hesitation Two physicians examined the young woman and found her to be in a real hypnotic state absolutely In sensible to the exterior world There were then placed over her eyes a suc cession of bandages alternating white and black aLl she was led to the piano One of the spectators offered a new opera which was placed on the piano The hypnotizer looked at his subject and immediately the girl played the piece with the greatest cleverness Another spectator who had just arrived from Now Zealand offered a piece which had never been performed in Europe Mlle Nydia however executed It at once and she played with the same skill a piece which had just been composed by MGGermain At public request she played a ciece of Pad erewskl which was unknown to her and finally a lady wrote the title ot- a piece of music on a slip of paper put it into an envelope which was after ward staled and gave It to the girl She placed it on her forehead for a moment and the next Instant was playing Beethovens Clair du Lune sonataJRESULTS FROM FILTRATION Evidence of Its Value Shown in the Water System of One DIg City Recent statistics of typhoid fever In Philadelphia furnish evidence of the value of the filtration of the water supply which amounts to positive demonstration says the Philadelphia Led ger In a portion of Weet Philadel phla still supplied in part with unal I 1monthstton supplied entirely from the Belmont filtering plant there were but selIuIcases In a population of 41421 In 5917 A similar contrast Is shown in the northwestern portion of the city The Germantown and Roxborough die trlct Is supplied with filtered water from the Roxborough beds In this 113750jthereor one in 3074 In two neighboring wards receiving unfiltered water in a population of 89142 there were 132 cases of typhoid or one In every GiG In the northeastern section supplied with unfiltered water from the Dela ware 1035 cases of typhoid fever oc curred in a population of 144006 the appalling proportion of one In 140 The difference between the two extremes of ratio shown by these figures represent in the whole population the difference between 9240 cases of typhoid fever and only 220 casesor exactly 42 to L If we leave the worst results from the unfiltered Delaware out of consideration we have stilt the con trast that among 5C7 people drinking the ordinary water from thei Schuyl kill there has occurred thlslyear one case of typhoid fever while there was but one case among 3526 persons us ing the same water filtered In othe i words the filtration of water has I duced the liability to typhoid fevrI 83 per cent Tridacna Shells Trldacna shells are very commonly used in churches in Europe for holy water basins and even fonts The largest perhaps are those In use at St Peters Rome These shells attain a weight of 500 pounds the two valves together the animal Itself sometimes being 20 pounds In weight The word Trldacna Is from the Greek trldak nox eaten at three bites but who could eat a 20pound animal at thrc- aLltesSt Nicholas Got Cold Feet Early Mrs Chips Why you ro owirr early tomsflt dc Mr ChipsYesI- iow cold your feet are Yes I wouldnt have been come so early If it hadnt been tor that Yonkers Statesman I Ulitr life Sttratrii Unman 31s tlfosjU to taro ttitjBy DR KATHERINE C TOWNSEND Prominent New York Physician IT T is with rcgrcnt that I say that the American family is ck creasing in size Oilc has only to study Ones own circle of acquaintances to find that this statement is true The be- titer classes those who are well off in this worlds goods whether they have had the advantages of higher education or I not do not seem to care for large families and many of them marry with the intention of not burdening tl jinsclves- j with children Or at least of limiting the number to one or two The reason for this is easily discovered in the reluc tance shown by women to give themselves increased responsibilities The mothers and grandmothers 9r the marrying women of today took upon themselves the trials and pleasures of progeny with never a thought of escape They were performing their duty simply and as a matter of course Not o with the educated woman of the present She has turned the question over in her mind she has weighed the advantages rtf having a family against those of none at all or at best a family con sisting of one or possibly two children and the uajority of her class has calmly and deliberately chosen the easier path It is the leek of time due to a multiplicity ofdo1mtls principally of the focial kind which has brought about this condition ofaffairs tad those who look ahead cannot but feel apprehensive as to the future of the race It is the question of race suicide again Selfishness is at the root of the evil When a woman decides that she hasnt time to take away from her social or businets demands to have children she is displaying a degree of selfinterest and inconsideration that bodes ill for tier own future and that of the race And yet this selfishness could not exist to the extent that it does if it were not for the increased knowledge of women At the same time teen are erfCllynalural reason for the exist ence of smaller families and the Incrtasing sterility of the Amercan woman First of all Mie marries later than her mother did She can not possibly complete her cull OR o education earlier thou 21 whereas her mother had likely started her little family at that age Many young wtomett receive their degrees much later than 21 By that tjmc they Have become rather critical hard to suit and each succeeding year adds to this state of affair The later they marry the fewer children taware apt to bring into the world So you see how everything teem to work together for put ily the ultimate disappearance of the class rt1rrt1 111 ffiahror littt n tt g By JOHN P TOWN General Prcldent or the Hootrand M de NVqrUer Union l The argument is ire by th who oppose the labor movement Kr unai is de- stroted through ntrin brrship the union One might as logically liberty is abridged by the t ly membership ill any form of organization ctrin which majority is a necessary factor To maintain the position that the labor union destroys preonal liberty is to contend that oicsp r0J liberty is destroyed Itccame he may not erect a building or do wwnv outer things that would de stroy the comfort or property IIi hi fellow citizens It is generally undrltoclll thct lw and jnlcr and the proper preservation of the rights comfort and interests of all citiz n arc enhanced by the fact that all IHTSOHS are restrained in the ecrcic gf what they form their liberty to do as they jiltaC Persons joining a lalvr union if they irtelligrsiily understand the due of their meml ership in the union knrw that in merging their interests with others of a like occupation they sinrenJu their right to make individual contracts for labor and tom rhtir incrct with others undo UK prtncijJe of eollcctlvr bargain Thus In surrender a liberty wHfcJl Operate U their Ji 4v imicc whew they endeavor to sell lbetrdljb f IA jw ero caiMaili of indjB try they pin i much higher dn jrdtktf liberty by placing hemrtrrs on a bijgher and searn bargaining plane tlmn they could fpi4Wjf a CMfty il1btir hnlivltbat V f The joy of labor I much enliaUBt J It jfl kind of occupation and especially by tlte dfjrt of corgncnJaiioiit and tl1o ol liberty may be correctly meaniired by t the i tnc stnnlaril Amrrirtttt WraI r i t t1iriritt t By DANIEL D MORSS Secretary Boston Chamber or Commerce advanced r that pcraonals ing capacityc AUid jxrnt ape parently to n itroiig stimtttailon of trade br IItflpeace bctwciti Russia arid Japan The tan cotton good market rainalready to have experienced evidence ofa growth of trade on Account of the war Without prejudice for or againtt cither side may be raid that the Jajancsc have shown Ihmost remarkable resources and powers of or ganization It is very unliKcly to pay the lent that such a nation even if it should eventually dontinatc Asia would adopt a policy so narrow tad imprudujjjas the exclusion of wwtcrn irnde anl uilhicnccs The Japanese havinjadoptcd western methods art pVisunably well 4atis fled with the uses to which tlujr have been able to put them and is supposed that the last thing they would think of doing would be to rend r less free or friendly the relations between themselves and the powers of the westiEverything then would seem tointi sate that the Japanese if they awaken China and control Asia will counsel and practice a policy ofa wider and morc active commercial sphere In the development of the resources of China and Korea supposing that their aims are accom plished the Japanese will necessarily labor for the promotion ofa far greater export and import trade WJtli the waters of commerce flowing freely between the west and the cast seems certain that a higher level of trade will result There is however one thing always to be borne in mind namely that the Japanese will insist probably that favors granted will depend on favors given Any policy of the wesejn powers that seemed to Japan to be inimical to her interests would probably give rise to some form bf retaliation I Jr tI t1 = iuonil liberty in n Anicriv is il it it h DECORATING A CHINAMAN Tiny Miss on Railway Train Plays Funny Little Jolts on Mongo linn Passenger Among the several family parties en route to tho Pacific coast In a tour 1st car not long ago was one con siding of father mother and three children The youngest child writes Frank II Welch in tho Chicago Hoc ord Herald Sunday Magazine was a brighteyed restless little girl of five who soon made herself thoroughly at home with everybody In the car go Ing from one section to another at her own pleasure and contributing largely to the entertainment of the train Jeary travelers Little Miss Duty they called her and she certainly was the busiest wee woman that ever kept a earful of loll kinds of people on tho moveThrough New Mexico and Arizona a number of cowboys and Indians came Into the ear and sat apart from tho through itiiKsengers In seats given up to their kind As soon as settled in their seats each In turn was visited and closely Inspected by Miss Busy Fearlessly she shook hands with the forbiddinglooking rcdmen and perched contentedly on the knee of one and then another of the big cattle men At one of the first stations on enter Ing California four Chinamen entered the car and took up quarters M remote from the other occupants as pos sible where they swapped vowels among themselves after their own peculiar manner to all appearance utter ly oblivious of the presence of others In the car Not long were they left to themselves Little Mss Busy soon was In their midst joundeycd with wonder over their talk and queer dressHallo llltce baby greeted one of the orientals with an expansive Mongolian smile und a friendly nod You likes look see Chinaman Heap good Chinaman I LJkvc llttte baby silo same Melican man papa My gottee two tlee Illteo baby gal all same likes you China side V All this appeared to ta perfectly understandable to the tiny woman At my rate she proceeded with utmost eostpefture to learn all postlMe con earning the two lee Ilttce baby gals ever In China She came and went amoag the pa sngere with preoceti pled manner something of great im pert OIaplllarhr mind Quietly she slipped about escaping the attention of everybody atd not until the CHUa won left the car did the secret of her ito missions come out Flllrtx out tasty as Is their manlier M traveling In oaniBay the China inon with the papa of the HUee gal China side In lha rear left the carat one of the principal stauens along Lb105 When they readied IBS platform there arose a tumult of mirth IR which ervryaa In sight soon Joined 1sna Chinaman was the perptaml center of tie commotion when on of his oompanloas with a loath soloed the bewildered calnks quu which he had neglected to re arrays when he left the ear and thrrw it over his sbowM r Cairhlnc It in his bead Papa John held the ptgtair aloft 4nd1 ltoodnatured- isle broke over his rue Hiyahl he gurglwl eatchlnc sight of little MlM Uiuys laughing flee at the ear window Lftto baby ssl raclwe CnlnasMui all same foolto Me kotobse you takes you China side wy oK All the way down his long queue 4t tatarvnto of a tow tnchs there were knots of doll ribbons of every hue- aad eater wirrptttlot ly led there by tbl busy lUtle girl as the neatly braille appendage hung down ovor thebftak of the oar seat Waving his gaudily decorated head taU 1I lore him the jolly Chinaman marched proudly away with his frtttids turning at every few stops to shako the beribboned queue at tho tiny author of the joke and calling back Mo ketchee you taken you china side I receiving for answer a ware at the baby hand Russian Bonds in America That American life Insurance com panies doing buslpcHi In Russia have nade more or less substdntlal Invest ments In Husslan securities more especially In Russian government bonds a a wellknown fact but according to tcire JJfrw York bankers Amerlcab In resttccnts In Russian securities are by no means limited to the holdings of the Insurance companies A banker who la in close touch with Russian affairs stated recently that Russian securities In amounts running Into the millions ire held In America outside of the In suranco companies In support of this statement he mentioned the fact that he himself had a list of 117 Investors In America who were holders of Russian securities These Investments have been made chiefly by Americans who have traveled In Russia and thus have become more or less familiar with con ditions In that country Many of these Investments are In the bonds of the Russian railways N Y Times Mistaken Identity I Hear about the blunder Ullderbod trade while he and his wife were on their trip last week NoYou know the train goes through a long tunnel over In Virginia and thera were a number of handsome women on the car and when the tmln was rush ing through the tunnel Blldorbod Kissed ono oj the women 7 Kissed his own wife Chicago Tribune Bcal Difficulty Flushly It must take remarkable chee- kIlardupOil dont know I Its how to get hold of it In the first place that I rnnt see through Detroit Free Press t now DO YOU LIKE TILE SASIPLESP Pcmpirii of wIn and Mtnpici of brSamples ofnil kr4sof Ihiuxi gold born Batni of whhik lamplMvf sin Samples of loll kinds of IIltIttlcp in otgtutHamptesSamples oi hoots without hrrN cr toes Samples of men with it broken nrcRumple of moo In the detlet tying Hamplci of moo wltb delirium dying IICSampl8implp of tenMj tlrrd men Who long In vain for their freedom IIBlnr I Samples of oM mr worn In thr itrU Humplwi f voimc mMi Urrd of IlkSamples of ruined hops and Uvu IMmlt of dcslte homo and wars Sample of nrtilKic hearts grown raid With acRUteh lied mlirr untold dlllfIIoJloSamples of bnatrj little once Slarvlnt to death In Uicir dreary tansIn feet their arrceiy a woe an purib Hut our ampler have nurtured or filmthem Mill Oh oil ft AIprta sorroend rrlmrt j Who deal out depth for a slnete dIm t Know IIP that in lord though He tray lleo lag lint In rnrv tar the let grool day hINoU cIeHd sad nil with on arcunt AekaowMi tae justice of ihcir rotfsid VlrglBta J Kent THE REWARD OF THRIFT flaw One Policeman Bought Ooty Little Home on Money Above the noise of the hauled sute- ar two voice in pleasant conversation could be hoard One possessed n decid odly southern quality and aa the te marks followed alone It Willi evident hIlL a colored potloeman was talking to his friend A Pullman porter In thole days JlogQ J Herald It was n fitanlng to hear Will bit of oonv8JIAUon Do you know said the itollr msu I rOOttbook anal put down all I rgceivrdarid ailfI spent farce days At the tDdIt the time irpbrsd It HP end found i hat JI6 of my InecMIW was gets for whisky every month When I gut haute that Sight Mys to my wife Ltrlnda you pay ISO a M nUirtti forIbis Qat dont you Auu she says Ye- eThen I told hr about my krprl Iecount sad IIi Well IYf inu w up my mind to put by that SIC n month thats treed nitoln for wbPoky au i neil hotly into a cheaper fiat for awls and well put by I b money sad Uu a awe fit our own About that time I ran arose Jrc You remember him dont you Well he had a hoaw witn nn HKMI in rgsir- en It I My to hint You ktus you cntaeierparthalke What wilyou Uk for your hom1 Well wr bad sum talk and the uII bol was that I paid him 500 down uol- w won moved Into one of for ns s- ttleat ct ttaaeU1I ever MW My whisky moi y man helped me I par off till isiTUHHf cad ID A few yet i the plow will IH all our own Bring your wilt and torn nut leans aloe Mr wife sad I will be glad to see you 9beaumbsrIs17Sshrtt REFORM NUGGETS In America foUr looOooO rniiwar aids and 1QMJWD more In other employ tn at are required to bo total abataiueni Of every ItM alcoholics attacked by pneumonia 70 die while of every t nonalcohollceeo attacked only sade The bartenders of Anderson t f have entered complaint against compelled to work seven days la ltadIweek and are seeking to have closed on Sunday The decision of Judge Bonneyof Port l land Me in a ease Involving a of assault with Intent to kill that Seneca could not be pleaded as a curgol I is to be heartily commended- Dr I Jacques Bert Ilion the of the statistical bureau of Parts written a volume entitled Iroholl blliltand the Way to Fight IL Drink he clares is likely to prove the ruin of the French race unices somethint is one to overcome the hnblt Every province of the Dominion or Canada steadily increases the restric tions of Its liquor laws Nova makes the obtaining of A license cult that there are only two co SCoUaJ j the whole province In which any I liquor selling Is permitted I ofThe l Tho cigarette abomination has been receiving the attention of our legislative bodies of late The Pennsylvania legis lature recently passed a bill Imposing a fine of 100 to E3oo on any person eon victed of giving cigarettes to anotherlIt will be a triumph for the air will no longer be polluted with the foul and beastly odor of cigarettes and old rotten pipes It is strange how tobacco causes men to lose their man sera United Presbyterian A Moral Lesson- A criterion explained the teacher Is something to go by Now what little boy or girl will give me a sentence in which the word criterion used After some moments of silence and thoughtfulness on the part of the schol are Maggie MUrgins lifted hr hand Well Maggie can you give rs the sentence l Ycam Pat Carrallys saloon m the turner Is a criterion on our Btre V Judge JJ i PENS FOR FATTENING I In Pork Ttalilng heMOtt Important Matter Is Careful Selection of Shout fiOnO of the most Important things In raising Is to buy the number of Malt y young ahoati you desire to fat Un If you do not have enough from your own brood sows If you buy them from your neighbor or raise them jrourenlf be sure that they belong to a hardy and nasyfeedlng family says the Orange Judd Farmer I These should be put Into a large well built barn with plenty of room for ex- tI rclee urn good ventilation The R true UND VIHV atoryeThe upper story Is divided Into three feed blut with chutes extending to a rooking apparatus near the middle of the lower hour On the lower story Fig 2 1 have two towe of pen separated by a pmsasc arLnnlng lengthwise A trough 7 long It In each pen at the side nearest the feeding passage thera 0tnflh board which slant downward horn the feeding paemge to the elde of tho trough One pen It used as a conk the skies of the hog barn nn 1Alonltde are nine uncovered peso OKOlXD PUVN- oorrmpondlng In width to tho Inside pew Tttfj are 1C feet long ami ars twpftiatwi from the Indde of the barn by r A doer huog OB binge at the lop so that it may easily swing either way when a bog pushes oealMt It During the summer I give thosroallcr pipe the run of a twocer orchard A uDall creek flows tkrougb this orchard and in it the plge take an occasional f bath tbull keeping their skin clean and hMUthy as well ne getting rid of tho tormenting flies Only the shoals are allowed to enjoy the run In the orchard as tho older hop are kept In confine meat In order that thy may AMtml late their food properly Beginnersi the amateur should be on re fill to elect a brttd for which them Is not only a good demand at tho present time but for which there promises to bo a do mood In the future The future popu larity of a variety of fowls cannot always l e Judged by Us present popular ity which may be only spasmodic Tho variety that has maintained Its popu larity year after year Is tho bet one for the amateur to tie to There are plenty of this kind and they will theyiraying that you cannot down a good I uipn and It Is equally true that t otI stacles Wo would mlvlfw the amateur to be careful in making A eeleaflon Farmers llcvlevr Tiber in Teed There Is oropwJnt Xhat some feeders lose sight of and that 4c the value of tuber In teed of cows or In fact of any animate adapted to the consumption of fresh and dried gracnos Fiber Is coming to be recognltefl as a very Im portant constituent of she teed of cows Whore it has been Ignored a- In the great feeding yards connected with distilleries tbo results have slot been good Just how much fthw tho cow must Jmvc to tier food to dq bor bust Is not now known but the jcoro It is Investigated the wore does it appear tbat tbo amount js quite large We can easily overdo ihu matter of feeding concentrateeLlrarmers Ua vieW t To Catch the Lightning Ground yonr wirefences with a wire and iron rod BO IIgbtwJIWm go down easily Thousands of dollars worth oft stock are electrocuted every summer by these wire fences The Hflllable Incubator The Incubator dots not have to get broody before beginning Its work It Is always ready Neither does it change Its opinion about continuing the work Jn- Pd Dont stop folding thp hens shells just because they are out nt doors and can shift for tbemwjlvos There is no inc not ovqn an Jmuclimry one be urea tho days when the hen likes shoils and when aba den not All days art alJlie h that rcfii tFarmJ- ournal y w I J MEAT AS CHICKEN FOOD Rhode Island Experimrntel Station Tells of Several Tests in This Direction In a recent report of experiments in feeding chickens the Rhode leland ex periment station says The use of the proper proportion of animal food will pay a handsome profit throggh decreased mortality and In creased weigh of the chicks In feed lng bear In mind that chicks In a state of nature spend practically all of their working hours In search of food and that they do not nil their crops In ten minutes every two hours Feeding should be as far as the time of the attendant renders profitable a continuous process but by no means a continuous gorge Tho experiment which led up to this conclusion was with an Incubator hatch of 219 chickens These were separated Into lots of about 60 each and placed In similar brooders For 30 days all condi tions were kept alike except the rations Pen A was red a balanced ration of grains meat and green food The chicks grew and thrived and not one chick showed symptoms of digestive disorder The deaths amounted to 39 per cent In pen D all animal food was withhold the deaths were 96 per cent of which 76 per cent had bowel trouble Pen C was fed on grain alone all animal food and all green food being omitted from the ration the deaths were 327 per cent of which 7C6 percent showed digestive trouble In pen D all grain food was omitted the deaths of chicks were C37 per cent of which 868 percent showed bowel trouble All the living chicks wore weighed at the close of tho test and pen A showed the geatest aver age weight for all breeds This experiment shows conclusively that outside of brooding and conditions during Incubation chicks may be killed by Improper feeding Where one does not wish to buy the prepared beet scraps the bones and scraps from the table will go far toward feeding the baby chicks at grit If put In pbape so they can oat themIA HOMEMADE FEEDER Farmer Sends Sketch of Device of His Own Design WWnh Is Compos ite of Several Others I tend you a sketch of au outdoor feed er of toy own design that I use for sllru Hlalive loading It combines some of the principles of the Miller Simplicity and Manum feeders says S 0 Kilgore In Gleanings la DM Culture To make take a common llpouml shipping case knock oil tho two siaM sides and re plane with a place Hvealxteenths loch thick same pile as sided Then cat four nJeoM the same Ihteknees sod place two on each sIUo on tho InsJUo so there will be two spaeMfor the feet to roan up la each tttwhalf Inch wide Inputting these boards la they should bo onefourth Inch from the bottom of the box ItunmellalperaflnearnusdontheFCD Inside of the box to stop any leaks and to keep sirup from soaking Into the wood and lastly put on a rover with a small hole In the top with a button to cover It and our feeder III complete No bees can drown In this feeder and It holds much more than the Simplicity When It needs refilling push the button back put In the fnnnel and fill I tea up till clover bloonn and never have robbing For larjtjr feeder I use 6 S4 potted cave with three troughs for feed SELFVENTILATING COOP Poorly Aired Chicken Apartments Are Cause for Many Deaths Amcng Fowls ore chicken are Injured by poorly ventilated coons than from any other catlo says the Prairie Farmer The coops must be closed at night for tear of enemies and so too often the chicks suffer for fresh air TKO a grocery box and nail three or four hoops over the top Over them stretch cotton cloth and secure the ends and edges as shown In tho cut Tho air will now gently circu late In the coop nil night though the BlaUed front be closed Hinge the front as shown to provide shade for hen and chicks feeding Young Lambs When the lambs wo two weeks old they can be taught to eat a little groin Ground oats end peas and linseed treat mnlto a good ration When a little older add a little cracked corn to the ration Fwm Journal Not the Hive But Management It Is not always the kind of hive that accounts for a large crop of honey Right management and attention to business go a long ways farther If the best results arw to be ex pocted In sheep husbandry Homo sac culent food must be proviJed Man els and turnips arc host nwd nre very cltsnply crown Farm Journal HWP evertried boiling tho small jotatoes for the begni Grand teed fur than They reltob the tuber ndthey naxe splendid feed r GOOD NEWS FOR PIE LOVER Yankee Genius Invents a Wood Pulp Plate That Banishes Indigos lion Forever Dangor MeThera Is hope The dreaded indigestion that lurks In the famous Yankee pie Is now averted by the patent woodpulp pie plate which Is being turned out at rate of 300000 a day for one flllh of a cent IIece by a pulp mill In Bhawmut village The Yankee love of pie Is only held In check by tho Yankee caution against Indigestion caused by the bottom crust being heavy from the lard and othor fats which arc baked Into the pie and have no cjlancoof escape The tin pie plate which has hith erto served as tho cooking utensil for tho pie has always allowed a greater or less accumulation of this Indigest- Ible material at the bottom of the pieA genius from the Vermont pie belt where they have pie three times a day conceived the idea of a porous pLo plate which would absorb the fatty substances of tho lard whet the plo was baked lie experimented with various substances and finally hit on upIntoracy Ho rolled out a pie plate of wopdpulp let It harden and baked a plo on It Hcsiilt no fatty under completeImmunity limited pie diet He took his scheme to tho big pulp platefactorywhich Is turning out sheaves of non Impalent WENT FOR YEARS UNSHORN Death of California Democrat Who Made a Vow in Lincolns Time Was Old School Gambler Marysvllle CatTho most radical and picturesque of all California demo crats is dead here In the eightieth year of his age Jim Bayse the deceased for a quarter of a century kept Inviolate a vow made when Abraham Lincoln was elected president by the republican party Ha at that time en tered into a solemn compact with him self that his hair would not be shorn nor his walking stick be allowed to rest on tho ground until the democracy would again secure the governmental reins And so It was that during all the years between Lincoln and Grover Cleveland Uaysw carried his cane un der his arm or grasped It In the middle as It lay horizontally In his hand and never came In contact with the bar bars shears gamblers largo heart and an Innate prldo On the election of Cleveland a coterie of his republican admirers made up aI goldbeadedBtoadfastneee In the keeping of his vow Bloats Rout Sitting Hens Farmers along the main line of the Pennsylvania railroad near West Chester Pa have a somewhat unusual complaint They will probably not bring suit against tho company but anllIamount Iebeing done and the farmers claim will not remain on the nests while It Is In progress They also say the shol of the blasts kills the little chicks before they are hatched There will be few little chickens along the main Una this spring MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Juno 17 CATTLE Common J3 25 4 25 Heavy steers 5 3G 5 50 CALVES Extra 8 6 25 HOQS Ch packers 6 35 5 40 Mixed packers C 25 5 35 SHEEP Extra 4 10 4 15- LAMHSSpring 7 15 7 25 KLOUR Spring pat 6 00 6 35 WHEAT No 2 red 1 02 1 04 No 3 red 92 CORK No 2 mixed 57 No 2whltev t K 57- SRYENo2 81 83 OATS No 2 mixed 33- i1AYCb timothy 11 60 PORKClear mess 14 15 LARD Steam 6 70 BUTTER Ch dairy 8 13 21rsAPPLESChoicePOTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 50 TOBACCONew 5 00 fPlS00- Old 4 60 14 75 Chicago Ftorn Winter oat 6 10 O 5 JO WHEAT No 2 red 98 No 3 red 98 1 05 64iOATSRV rNo 2 77 PORK Mess 12 65 12 70 ARDStearn 7 20 7 22i New York FLOUR Win strts 4 GO 4 65 WHEAT No 2 red 1 00 CORNNo 2 mixed G1y OATSNo2 mixed 35i 3 37 a RYE Western 82 PORK Family 13 47V4613 75 LARDrSteam 7 10 7 25 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 00 CORN No 2 mixed 5Sy 58 CATTLESteors 4 00 0 4 50 SIiEEPNo 3110 3 50 Loultvllle WHEAT No 2 red 98 CORN No 2 mixed rjf 5- 6OATSNo2 mixed 6 35 PORKMess eu 00 LARD Steam 6 50 t Indlanaooila I8yCORNNtOATSNo2 mixed30 tilebe8tCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUQGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky S R BAKER Dentist OFFICE Over Printing Office BEREA KY I Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth eitrockd without pinSomnofo- rmtTOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor h allh I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of tho finest Vermont Marble and granite Tombstones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Hers is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S MeG U mE Prop Berea Ky I Mrs Searcyhaving removed he- rDRESSMAKING Over HILL GABBARDS Store Will he plen d to have Ladies call ond i ep hr new dlRIns in Evening anti CunlnHucewent- dressesMONUMENTS Brae Neadatonea Statuary Br nlta and Marble Work of nil kind dons in a workmanlibn manner at rya toimbla prices and with dispatch Allwork guur uteed b- yCOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky ream MIn Od fUilUn etreta- The h Childrens Favorite For Coughs Croup Whooping Cough c4c One Minute Cough Cure Is the childrens favorite This Is because It contains no opiate Is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charge paid one way S G FRANKLINMt KT RETESENCE Bank of Mt Verooa i Berea College Founded 1855 I PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL I Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2423 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation aunts Methodists Presbyterians aud good people of all denominations ton INFORMATION AND FBIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE StCBETABT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I Madison County Roller Mills Qd lIdd4LI4 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Roar Corn Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour +i ItloIIoJ B I Potts 1Whll KdolDYSPEPSIA dUEDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tee 1 1 00 bottle conUlns 34 ttrnst the trial tIe which Mill for SO eenta- rtirAKID ONLY TIll LABOIATOSY E C DeWITT Se COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE r RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Daily Lmtve MIaH40a in ArriveRclimond415 a m Arrive Paris 628 a m- ArriveCinetnnati750 a m Going North Train 2 Daily Less Brrfti 182 pm ArrivA Richmond 200 p m Arrive Psr s30 m Arrivn Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Trains Dill LHkrH ItPren lllp m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train t Dall- yLnv Bt rea 1217a m Arrive Knoxville 700 am tarrynnId Knnxvllleln boh 1lrfrtlmi Train inini turn 1 and 4 rurrr rullninn vtHlLuled SNTpiiif ciir and a aebe tvtrn Incliiuatl and Kuox villain I oil llrr tlon W H BOWER Ticket Agent V H HOBSON flDR cJC Dentist JI I OfflM to Poat AT Of p oceRichmond Ky The Salve That Penetrates DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve pene rates the pores of the skin and by Its antiseptic rublfoclent and healing In fluence It subdues Inflammation and cures Bolls Burns Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin dis eases A specific for blind bleeding Itching and protruding Plies The orig Inn and genuine WItch Hazel Salve Is made by R C Detfitt t Co and sold by Porter Drug Co Quality vs Quantity Hard muscles and strong hcdy do not depend on the quantity ot food you eat but on Its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of alt the food you cat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and convoys the nutrient proper tics to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire systems overcomes and cures Indlgcd Ubn Dyspepsia Dclchlng Sour Stom ach etc Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure for what Is Fometlmea called Americas national disease Dyspepsia Is ties tined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sufferers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sod by Porter Drug Co lOUISVILLE 4 ATLANTIC RY CO Time tabla In effect Aprllte1905E- ASTBOUND No I Xo S No 6 Vcrulllrn IOIS a m eat p m Nlchol vl11e 11IO rte Villejr View 1124 741 Richmond arllM 110 Richmond Ir I2IH p m 61u a q Irvine lW 7W Blallyylllo 240ar 9ai1 H- Bc ttjvllle Jet 300 IDJO 1 WEST nouSIXo 2 Nu4 Xo Vcrulllo 75 am Sllp ra- Nlrhnhivlll U 227 Un View IIII LUl niclimonrt IT 6W I S Richmond ar 7SSp Lo Irvine imp m 12 a Cltl1rllle asAtB attytllle Jet 5jn 10JO- No 2 anil 1 1 and 1 make rlo o fonntrtlnnn U NlvhoUtrlllo tond from I sioxton and inol nill and al VerMllleo to mid rum xhelhyvllte Hid Loll fn111 No 4 rannrcu at iieaUyrllt Junction for Jorkwm Fur any further Inform lion addicts any bent mrnt or- H R SMITH a 4Yetsalheae Bilious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him If you shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Evry morn when day was breaking Whats this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS thats thcAanswer The Famous Little PllsTBARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by this tonic effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken but Impart early ris ing energy Good for children or adults Sold by Porter Drug Co Till Gil FEELING TIRED DULL ANDIIBLUE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE we an eure III and mate life hdgbt and baps Brheatonce aci iic4 1uuwilLRavartegrrllb- DR DENZINCER B Wmor Md I3 11 Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for 1Boys 200 and 175 forYouths I The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known H everywhere throughout the world They have to jive letter satisfaction than other nukes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear- ersLI expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere j- We carry a full line and can insure a perfect J U H fit Inspection invited 4p COYLE HAYESBE- REA KENTUCKYI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111111 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 HHH 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H Berea and Vicinity I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 4 11 I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 11 I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I Prcs and Mrs Frost returned l from Burning Springs on Monday l noonProf Dinsmore arrived homo from his trip to Perry county on Tuesday night fconfs f week IDOlitforget that H M Racer is business at tho same old stand ITho metal sheeting has been placed on the dome of tho chapel l this week pover Allen Bogie of Newby spent Sunday with his friend Frank Fowlor in Berea Miss Grate Maiden will leave I next week for her homo in Bridge port Connecticut tI frontfon in Berea until July Mrs Russell is spending the week visiting with her sister Mrs Robe at her mountain home Miss Schunmker left for her home in Pennsylvania on tho early train Tuesdaymorning Several new rustic seats have I been placed for use on Ladies Hall i t lawn to replace tho old ones I enjoyedbathingSilver Creek Saturday night Mr John Harwood of Lancaster doingt 1ttHttt 1 1 1 1 141 I I 1 I I Mrs Worthen and sister Miss Bryant are enjoying an outing at Mrs Robes mountain homo this weekTho frequent showers are causing the farmers to wear smiling faces theso days Splendid corn weather is tho verdict- Jacob Girardin returned from Chicago on Tuesday He was un ablo to secure in the city as ho had expected Mrs It C Chrisman loft this week for an extended visit in Indiana and Kansas Sho Will be gone several weeks Dr and Mrs Pettus have taken up their residence in Berea this week Mr Pettus is now in charge of S E Welch s drugstore The new cement floor in tho boiler room of tho Industrial depart ment was finished this week and is a decided improvement Leo Tankersloy a Borea student from 9597 is now the wifof Dr Webb of Burning Springs and the mother of four children Dr Jones of Manchester visited friends in Berea tho latter part of last week on his way home from Louisville Medical School Mr J J Lynch loft on Saturday morning for ti visit in Dayton Ohio Ho will bo with Dr Hubbell in Boston during the summer Mr Frank Wheat loft on Friday for Asheville N Cas delegate to the Y M C A convention being hold in that city this week rrurrrln- S 1 New Cash Store C 0 RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY t 1- a L tIPWww PRICt 300 plcniokersdroro evening They enjoyed lunch nnd n social time near Barton Springs Prof and Mrs L V Dodge are expected to arrive homo on Saturday from Urbana 0 whore they are visiting Prof E G Dodge this week Tho Teachers examinations for Madison county were held in Rich mond last week Quito a number of candidates wore in attendance to take tho examination v Several from Berea and vicinity attended tho Van Amburg show in Richmond last Friday The atten dance was large but good order prevailed Mr W R Hunt arrivedat noon on Monday and will spend the week with his family hero Mr Hunt is doing effective work on the Salt Lick circuit Dr Huhboll loft on thov early train morniuglIobefore continuing his journey to Boston where ho will spend the summerMiss Margaret Homo left on Tuesday for Akron 0 where she will visit for a few days prior to going to Mellen Wis where sho will assist in tho Northland work for tho summer months There is no doubt about our proving a hot tine ju Berea the past week Tho mercury hits averaged over 00 degrees in the shade for several days The optimist says Cheer up tho worst is yet to cone Orman Simpson received a tele gram a week ago Sunday stating that his mother was quito seriously ill Ho left for Alexis Ill on the early train the following morning Word has since been recoiml that she is some better Tho printing office staff to tho number of twelve wore the guests of Manager Hinman at the Porter ieo cream parlor on Saturday after noon Refreshments according to tasto and a freeandeasy time wore enjoyed for an hour A company composed of Mr and Mrs WoMhen Miss Bryant Mr and Mrs Hudson and Mrs Hoag and Messrs Hubbell Oilman llumold and Hamilton drove to Uncle Toms cabin near Paint Lick last Thursday They report an excellent time Childrens Day exorcises will IMJ hold at tho Parish House next Sun day morning at eleven oclock This will take tho place of the regular preaching service and the pastor will give a short talk to the children in the course of the oxer cisesQuite a largo annex has been added to the Boron public school building which will relieve the crowded condition of tho school Mrs J W Stephens Mrs Lida Whyland and D B Chandler have been engaged OH the teaching staff for tho coming school year As tho pastor will be absent from Berea on tho first Sunday in July which would lx tho regular Sunday for the reception of now members a will bo hell next Sunday instead If there are any who are planning to unite with tho Union church at that time they should pmliortluring Mr J Thompson Baker who has been Superintendent of Public Schools in Temple Texas for some years has just received call to bo President of the Arkansas Cumber land College at Clarksburg Ark Mr Bakers friends here will bo glad to learn of this now field of rCHponsihilityI c a SHOE A SWELL BOOT forfashhOto e people A fishing party left on Tuesday to spoilt scrotal days nt Hummel Tho ndvnlico guard loft on Monday to get the tents anti other things in rrndiiiMn for tho main party which wits nmdo up of tho Burdetto family Mr and Mrs Spink Bert Co ldinglon Mr and Mrs C F Hanson tho Porters Dr L A Davis and family and Dr Cornelius A fine outing is antici pated It is well to unto that only the well authenticated fish stories will bo published in Tile CITIZtS For tho past two years Sunday school services have been held at liluo Lick in tho open air when weather permitted and alternately at the homes of Samuel Davidson and liichard Kimlxll during tho winter anti on rainy Sundays It is hoped that a church house will soon IMJ conileted on tho lot donated for tho purpose over a year ago A I working was hold last Friday when a good start was made most of tho framework loving put in shape An effort will IK made to limo tilt Itnilding in shape for open bug services till first Sunday in July Another working will lo held on next Saturday Juno til It is hopped that all tho men of thin neighborhood will Ie on hand that day to assist in finishing the huilding A Reception to Mrs Hoag Quo of three occasions which have pleasure and Badness intermingled was the caso on Wednesday evening when a number of tho friends of Mrs Sara L Hoag assembled at tho homo of President Frost to spend n social hour together and to express in words as well as iu tangible form their lore and esteem for that wholeavethe East Tho orchestra was also in attend dance and furnished splundidmusic throughout tho evening from their plant on tho roar piazza lint tho sadness wits occasioned by tho thought that the ono who load endeared herself to tho hearts of her intimate friends and to those who knew hor simply ax tho obliging matron of Ladies Hall was soon to leave our midst ocllillglrLHin a few wellchosen wonls mmlo known the object of the gathering and spoke of tho ollioiout way in which tho position of matron had been filled for the past fouryoars He said that during these years tiioy had enjoyed n regime when impossibilities were unknown No matter what special occasion was desired from PigRoastMrs Haag wan equal to the occasion dangerliefriends whoa ho expressed tho regret with which we part with her As a small embodiment of the senti ment expressed hd presented Mrs Hoag with a handsome brooch set with pearls and having a diamond in the centre on behalf of those gathered and a few who were unable to bo present Mrs Hoag expressed npprociatioushown tier THE CLEVELAND REUNION At Gordon Pirk Monday July 3 Since last weeks CITIZEN definite arrangements have been made in regard to this gathering It will bo held Monday July o at Gordon lngtimesmeet at tho park rather than to cityWeland on trains allowing them to pro ceed to tho park by 95JO oclock Gordon Park is thirty minutes ride from the Square Take a St Clair car there they run every low min mites and get off at Gordon Park Avcutio Walking down a long lane and across railroad tracks brings you to tho grounds Follow tho bottle yard until you reach tho Hath Houso Pavilion tho appointed meeting place This provides an excellent place as there is plenty of shelter in spitefoes Tho hope is that everyone will coins but should this IMJ impossible soul a message of love und cheer in the form of a letter to Rev J Ham mouth Tico RFD Wellington 0 Mr Tice will preside at tho reunion Whether tho prognlm comes in the morning or nltortioou illho determined on the grounds Wo will state definitely however that there will be- n basket dinner nt noon Como pro pared to do your worst in that respect hopestomind Oborlin peoplo may go on tho sauna car Perhaps it would ho possible for some other sections to combine in tho sane way All in dications point to a largo attendance and a most pleasant renewing of tho tics that bind- Address all notifications of attend anco and loiters to bq read at oho meeting to ReV J Hammond Tico RFD Wellington Ohio The Only Requisite for IIt A Perfect Complexion ofaPompeian S Massage Cream t l4sti 1 SoaP likes the dirt od Out red nflhcn I tkiDibxxbi the wap There ll nohlnt In soap tlbalIt good for the tluurii II II rtnulni It t- tuwple I become an impurilrnatureisbloeked t searches every Impurity ef ol the A tktablaclhcaJt grease swpail the dirt and + Ii a Ithe missile builds the founjatloo wrinkltt andxt flabblneti must CO tGtollewomen ute It In place ol face powder l1 Gentlemen vie It alter sharing Ii A rein liD tllS 100 Hr Jr iThe PORTER DRUG CO i place where Purity it Jliramtunl iTAr ir- aAI lilA Sit lw illlilRAAAiIiIAAbIAitC1 ililA 1 i14Aiti1llSflA 1f A11i1i111S1 lilitG It ooooooo o oeoonloNo ottloaott t o 0 The Celebrated o AI Worcester Corsets o 0 Dry Goods in nil the Lending i Fabrics Vftiistings for Hot Days i Lacy Inscrtings and Embroid cries in the Lending Designs Notions of nil kinds and in fhct i s Sr everything whicJi is nocossnry for I ladies and childrens we- arMillinery o o Kp 0III I FANSoi 0- o 0- a S C J Hanson Co Io The Shop for Ladles a o 0- oeoeoceoeoeoeoouoooooooeoooooeoooo r 1 C Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it I would take to pay inswrance But you wouldmiss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies 1 IR FIRELIFi1gad Aa ACCIDENT iNSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED t NOTARY PUBLIC s W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK J rfltrM r NEWS ITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER j All Important Happenings That have Kceontly Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes switl Casualties the Movements of Government Officials and Other Interesting Events Culled Condensed and Noted A movement to haVo the peace nego tiations between Russia and Japan take place In Chicago should a shtaigo from Washington be desired has been Inaugurated Gov John A Johnson sent a meet singe to tbo president Inviting the Rus alan Japanoe plenipotentiaries to meet in fit Paul Minn In tho event of same other placo being selected than Washington TheJniwtneso correspondent of the Ually Telegraph at MoJI Japan says Tbe rainy sason has started In Man churia nnd tho mud In the roads Is knoo drop but this will not Interfere with military operations Tbo St Pottraburg Gazette publishes a sensational Interview with tbo secre tary of the Chinese legation to tho of fret that RUllo must concludo twine diate ponoe as Gen LlnovHchs army la entirely surrounded A dispatch from tbo headquarters of the Russian army at Golzyadani de scribe fighting In tho vicinity of Llao YanRwopwiR from 2 tin 8 oclock on the morning of Juno 16 Tho Russian artillery at first forced the Japanese to retreat along tho whole line In the mennUtn another torco of Japan ese Wined the Russians right Hank J rompftllliiK the Russian detachment to retire from Llao Ynngwopong At this moment a strong Japanese Infantry column wtw observed approaching- It was announced at tho navy de partment that the contract for the an meal supply of tobacoo for the navy Rgn SBUng 150000 pounds would be awarded Ur Bother of Rich mond Va Whose bid was 314 coats per pound Amid the cry of thieves and craokfl and under the protection of a squad of police the committee on utraet railways of Philadelphia city tOlIIICU refeffed to the elty solicitor for his opinion as to their legality four bills repealing ordinance granting stwt car companies the right to use 110 tuitai of street to lay tracks with sue tilt city receiving any compensa lion for the franchises Theodore P Dolyannli the popular premier of Greece was stabbed and mortally wounded by a professional Rambler named Ghernkarls at tin main entrance of the chamber of dup Utle Athens The joint exerctaes of the army and navy appear to demonstrate that It would bo almost Impossible for a small fl tt to run the batteries at Fort Mon roe Va and get Into Hampton Roads lie mortars and searchlights have- t doer tdo+t satisfactory work CkirnnimUHior of Pensions Warner raewivtHl a contribution of 1321 to the cxttuwlcMMO fund of the treasury It eamo from a pensioner and ropre sealed tllp turn totalof the pension money drawn by him since the civil war Auctioneers of all tho principal states guUiwvd In Chicago In response to a call IHMWII several months ago for tho purposo of organizing an interna tional association Tho covcramont of Panama In ac cordanco with 4he desires of the canal commission and the locnl bankers has decided to coin 1000000 silver pesos This stop Is calculated to relieve the demand for silver Great Britain as one of fho powers signatory W tho Madrid convention of 1880 In nawer to the request of the sultan of Morocco to join an Interna tional conference for the consideration of tho Moroccan question has an nounced that Its preference is not to take any pnrt In It The state department has been off cially advtaed of the acceptance by Italy and Austria of the Invitation to participate in a conference tot the settlement of affairs in Morocco Much uneasiness prevails In official quarters In Paris concerting the Franco German situation growing out of tho Moroccan quoatlon The strained relations between Got many and Franco over Morocco con tlnuo to give rise to serious apprehen scone but while openly admitted that thore are real difficulties Involved the officials protest against this being nindo the basis of qxnggoratcd reports Presbyterians will petition the state legislature to have the town of Talmago N C named for the date Rev T DeWitt Talmagc changed They say u Is not worthy of the name It bears President Roosevelt expects to pass the greater part of October 23 at Tus kegoo Ala and arrangements already are making for a demonstration by the t students of the Tuakegeo Institute In lila honor Two hundred brlclm jers employed by the Chicago Brick Co wont on srtlke because lumber was delivered at tho plant by nonunion drivers em ployed by tho Lumbermens associa tion Deputy United States Marshal D O Williams of Danvllle III has unearth ed 1808 In counterfeit money on a tarn near Rldecfarm Loutevlllo decorated to an exton hitherto unknown and smiled on with typical summer weather extended tbo hand of hospitality to a noverendln stream of arriving veterans who cam to attend the ICth annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans For the second time In five years lhe United Confederate Veterans and aux Ilary organizations gathered In Lou Isvllle Ky for their annual reunion Chaplalp Gen Jones In his invocation prayed that the blessing of Almighty God may rest upon the president ot those United States and that he may mbe enabled to be tho president of the whole country and of every section The United Confederate Veterans re elected their old officers as follows Commanderinchief Lieut Gen Ste phen D Lee Mississippi commando trans MiselssIppl department LIeu Gen W L Cabell Texas commando army of Tennessee department Lieut Gen Clement A Evans Georgia commander army of Northern Virginia department C Irvlno Walker South CarolinaBeneath tho shot riddled baUleflag that floated over many a sodden got and to the thrilling strains of Dixie that oft had cheered then on to vie tory or defeat the veterans who wore the gray marched 1n review before thousands of people gathered In Ken tuckys chief city Louisville to do them honor Orders were received at the New York navy yard from the navy department at Washington to remove the guns In the lighting tops of the battle ship Alabama Orders have been Is sued also that the guns are not to be replaced In the fighting tops of the battleship Indiana which Is being repaired It Is reported that the guns aro to be replaced by range finders and that similar orders were to be Is sued regarding other battleships Plans have boon ordered for a mil lion dollar passenger steamer with a speed of 21 miles an hour to run between Detroit and Cleveland The Increase In assessments by thi Royal Arcanum has caused a storm In the large membership of the order throughout Virginia Members every where are threatening to revolt A granite shaft erected In memos of those who lost their lives in the dls aster to the excursion Ummer General Sloe nl In Bast river was unveil ed In tho Lutheran cemetery In Middle Village L I Secretary of State John Hay arrived from Bwrope on tho steamer Baltic much Improved In health but plalnlj showing that ho was far from being a well man- Princess Margaret of Connaught niece of ling Edward and grand daughter of Queen Victoria was mar ried to Prince Gustavus Adolphus ol Sweden son of tho Swedish crown prince at Windsor ConimlMloner of Pensions Warnai decided that after July 1 all orders foi medical examination of pension claim ants shall emanate front the medical branch of the bureau under dIrection of the medical referee v Tho treasury department Issued a warrant for 183 In favor of President Roosevelt which represents the twc months extra pay allowed to of loon In the Spanish war under an act pass ed by congress In 1S99 The Rreateet scandal Chicago 1m i ever seen according to Statos Attorney Healy Is to follow the disclosure made before tho grand jury by John C Drlsooll when the former secretary of the Associated Building Trades and Coal Team Ownors association reveal ed the entire history of the dealings between employers and union labor leadprs particularly that branch ol union labor represented by tire Chic go Teamsters union A new dry dock over 700 feet long and of proportions sufficient to accommodate the most powerful warship afloat Is to bi built at the Newport Newn shipyards The work will cost 1000000It that no successor tc Grand Duke Alexis who resigned hit position as high admiral of the navy will be appointed and that the affairs of his department will be en trusted to n responsible ministry Mrs Paul Klass killed her four smaj children and then committed sulclds at her homo noar Klolor WIs Ill health Chief Justice Melville W Fuller Is to retire from tho United States su premo bench and to bo appoInted by the president as a member of the In ternational board of arbitration Sec rotary of War Taft Is to be appointed chief justice Business failures in tho United States for the week ending June IE number 177 against 194 last week 181 In tho like week In 1901 1C5 In 1902 and 177 in 1902 Mrs Sarah Burner Rhodes who was born In Carroll county Ohio on July 25 1800 died at Marshall Okla Michael Rhodes whom she married In Michigan dW 32 years ago at Fort Wayne led She was the mother oi 13childrenGladstone Dowlo and Judge Darner have practically completed the deal for the purchase of the Gonzales ranch in- the Stat of Tamaulipas This tract comprises 1000000 acres Through the explosion of a cask ot oil at tho plant of the National Tube Co at MoKuesport Pa four men were burned BO seriously that they will die Tho treasury department began the Issue of a now 20 gold certificate of an entirely original design to take the place of the old certificates Mt VonuvluB has entered upon n now phase of activity which has resulted In widening the recently made opening next to tho crater- A reception was given to Vice Presi dent Fairbanks and Mrs Fairbanks at the homo of his brother W D Fair banks at Mansfield 111 Assistant Secretary Melville W MilIlet of the department of the presented his resignation lo the pros dent and it was accepted In succes slon the president appointed Jesse Wilson of Indiana The General Papor Co sued bf the government to determine whether It Is a combine in restraint of trade hai lost Its contention before the United Stats circuit court Milwaukee that It should not be compelled to produce Its books to supply evidence In response to the prosecutors search for evidence With the opening of the Truckee Carson canal below Reno Neb the first Irrigation system constructed by the government under the reclamation act a new area was opened tor Nevada and the entire west The main canal runs from Derby 16 miles east or Reno on the Truckee river to a point 10 miles above Lectvllle on the CarBon river a distance of 31 miles Johann Hoch arch bigamist and con vlcted of wife murder Is in a cheerful frame of mind A representatlvi of a New York publishing bouse called to see the uxorlclde and told hire the If he would agree to write a complot and readable history of his life M would pay him 1000 Mrs William Jennings Bryan an4 Miss Bryan sailed for Europe on the steamer Vaderland Eighty tons of gold15000000loo together wIh sliver and currency amounting to 10000000 or 5C000 000 In all wee hauled through the streets from the old subtreasury In tM nand MeNally buldlng to the New federal building Chicago The Paris Journal prints the offlcla announcement of Premier Rouvleri nomination as minister of foreign af fairs and that of M Merlou as mIn- Ister of ItnanceIJ Graham Phelps Stokes the mil llonalre philanthropist and Rose Hat rlet Pastor former cigar maker and ghetto girl will be married In New York on July 18 The ceremony Is it be marked by simplicity Miss Pastor wedding dross cost less than 40 It Is all rondy Samuel Davis America instrucor of the Panama police oted In Panama HIs death Is deplored as the pour had greatly Improved under his In st ruction Davis formerly was a deter live sergeant of the New York ally policeGen Arthur I Wagner U S A of Washington who went to Ashevllle N C about six weeks ago In search of health died suddenly of tuberculosis contracted while in aerrlce in the Phil IpplnesDr M Ayers ot Hamilton G who has been since 1808 the United States consul at Rosario Argentine was officially notified that he bad beet removed from office Profits of 1260000 In three year are said to have been made by tlji Continental Finance Co and an allied concern kowa as the Continental Ft nancing Co of Chicago for both 9 which concerns the Western Trust and Savings bank was appointed a receiver A C Sefton of Ml Vernon was found dead by campers In a grow neat Columbus 0 with a bullet hole In his head and the revolver lying near Indicating suicide Fire practically destroyed tho entire town of Johnson City five mites from Marion III Forty buildings Includ Ing tho entire business section were burnedPascal P Pratt millionaire merchant ant banker died In Buffalo N Y He had undergone an operation and never rallied from the shock lit a pitched battle on a negro ex cordon train returning from Atlanta Ga to Columbus 11 negroes wore kilted andthroo dangerously wounded As the result of a quarrel among members of a fishing party on the Dan river ten miles south of Poplar Bluff Mo Charles Booth Charles Vender pool and Cleveland Parrott wore shot and killed- The St Louis Typographical union rescinded its action of June Sin aC- cepting a contract calling for a nine hour day and an advance of 150 a week In wages for the union job prin tersTho flags of every nation represent ed in Havana aro at halfmast over the legations and consulates In honor of the death of Gon Maximo Gomez and from Cabanas fortress a gun booms every half hour In every street there are long rows of Cuban flags draped In mourning Thousands of dead fish aro floating on the surface of Spruce Run creek a tributary of tho Rarltan rIver neat Somerville N J as the result of a break In tho Tidewater Oil Co 8 pipe lino near Glen Gardner N J The great Armour ice houses at Pe waukee WIs wore struck by lightning and practically destroyed In ad dition to the Ice houses tho residence of tho superintendent the barns and the boarding house with 50 rooms wore destroyed Loss 225000 During a thick tog which has pro vailed on the upper lakes for the past week the steel freight steamers Etru ria and Amasa Mine collided ton miles off Presque Isle light in Lake Huron The Etruria went to the bottom Thirtyfive Koreans were examining a torpedo which washed ashore on the coast when the torpedo exploded and all the Koreans were blown to atoms Relatives wero notified of the seri ous illness of Francis Murphy G9 the temperance apostle who Is living on his California farm Mayor R W Spcerhaa telegraphed to President Roosovelt a formal Invitation to the Russian and Japanese peace plenipotentiaries to hold their sittings In Denver Harvey Smith John Colllar and Will Jackson three negro murderers were hanged at Decatur Ala I TO ARRANGE PEACE Wnshi11 ton Was Selected as the Meeting Place t M Nelldoff Has Already Accepted tho Chairmanship of the Russian Mis sion Conference To Convene the Middle of August fet Petersburg June 19 Russia his finally and definitely accepted Wash- Ington as the meeting place of tbs Russian and Japanese plenipotentia- rIes the foreign office having waive its request for reconsideration at the personal direction of the emperor whoso desire to glvo the fullest and fairest opportunity to President Roose volts proposal for a peace conference Is thereby manlfctJtedIIn certain quarters here envy andIjealousy of the United States are concealed The entire collapse of the negotiations was predicted Saturday and there was almost open exultation at what was declared to be a rebut toRooseveltWashington Juno 19 Russia anil Japan have tentatively decided each to appoint three plenipotentiaries to represent them In the Washington con ference M Nolldoff It Is understood has already accepted the chaIrmanshIp of the Russian mission and Is being consulted about selection of his ama elates but Washington lias not yet heard whether Marquis Itos health will permit him to come as the rank- Ing Japanese plenipotentiary The be Hot hone Is that Field Marshal Yama gala will be designated n Itos place should the marquis be unable to accept It Is expected that the confer ence will convene here about the mid die of August Pending the official announcement of the plenipotentiaries little progress toward the arrangement of an armistice Is bolng attempted on either sIde A RAILWAY DISASTER TwentyFive People Killed In a Colli slop on Western Maryland Road Baltimore June 19The death roll of Saturday nights disaster on the Western Maryland railroad now foot up 25 and this number la likely to bl Increased from among the list of thosi grievously mangled All the dead were employes of the railroad return- Ing to their homes In the email town along tho railroad to spend Sunday With the exception of the train crew they had been at work repairing the damage done to the roadbed ten day ago by a minor freight wreck at Mt Hope Station near this city The train which was No 5 passenger westbound carried a large number of passengers all the coaches being flied The fearful Impact drove the passenger tender Into the baggage cat and demolished it and the mall car In an Instant the scone resembled a shambles Along the track on both sides wero scattered dead and fright fully mangled men while most of those who had been In the baggage car and on the engines were pinioned in the wreckage out of immediate reach of helping hands TEAMSTERS STRIKE Matter Taken Out of the Hands of Shea and the Board of Strategy Chicago Juno 19It Is freely predicted by both the members of the Employers association and labor leaders that the teamsters strike which has been in progress for over two months will bo a thing of the past before the end of the present week Ef torts are now being made in two dif ferent directions to bring about an ad justment of tho difficulty According to one of the officials of the Chicago Federation of Labor the strike will be called off entirely by the strikers them selves As a step toward this end it was decided at an executive meeting of the Chicago Federation of Labor to begin missionary work with members of the Teamsters Joint Council The plan is to work on these officials and bring a majority of them to favor calling off tho strike THE DEATH OF GEN GOMEZ Flags of Every Nation Represented at Havana at Half Mast Havana Juno 19Tlio flags of ev cry nation represented In Havana are at halfmast over the legations and consulates in honor of the death of Gen Maximo Coma and from cabanas fortress a gun booms every halt hour In every street there are long rows of Cuban flags draped In mourn ing and even the poorest tenements have crepe tied to the windows The Spanish club joined In the mourning by hoisting the Castilian flag at half mast The body of Gen Gomez was taken to the palace where it now lies In state In the principal salon her rounded by great masses of flowers sent by relatives friends comrades the government departments and social and political organizations The King of Norway London Juno 19Tho Copenhagen correspondont of the Dally Mail says be learns on excellent authority that the majority of the members of tho Swedish riksdag are ready to accept King Oscars third son Prince Karl as king of Norway To Settle Far Eastern Affairs London Juno 19 According to tho Dally Malls Paris correspondent Emperor William has been sounding the with the object Qf convening an international conference to settle far eastern affairs If 4- FROM ALLOVER THE STATE 0 THE HARGISES The Murder Charges Against Tkui Were Dismissed Jackson Ky June 19Atter con suiting the attorneys and addr sslns to each prisoner the direct qufstloi of whether he had anything to do with the murder of James Marcum MagI- strate Allen dismissed the charges of murder preferred in his court agaInst James HargIs Alex Hargis and D F French concluding one of the mos dramatic sessions ever held In a Kentucky court and relieving Jackson of a tension of excitement that has lasted throughout the trial The proceedings were enlivened b1 Incidents of the trial that were team to be working the factions Into fight- Ing moods Prosecuting Attorne Blanton angered at James Hargis crossexamination of a witness aces suddenly shook his fist under the interrogators face and turning toward Magistrate Allen said This court can go to the devil Blanton left the room but at Mrs Marcums plea returned and continued In the case participating In tho con sultatlon which preceded the court announcement of tho dismissal of case lhoI KILLED A BOY Later In a Fit of Remorse Cosby Com mltted Suicide KuttaWa Ky June 19J C Cosby who located here a few weeks ago set repaIrshopphlne taken with suicidal Intent Ho came here from Fredonla Ky It Is reported that while hunting some months ago Ira company with a boy ai altercation arose and In selfdefens he shot and killed the boy This act preyed upon his mind until he corn mltted the act He leaves a wife ant three small children In a penniless condition INDICATIONS OF TROUBLE Mose Feltner Taken From Jackson T Winchester Lexington Ky June 17It was de- cIded to take Mose Feltner back to Winchester from Jackson There art strong Indications of trouble and the county attorney believes that If Felt ner takes the stand against the Har glsos and French this will be tho sIc nal for an outbreak He advised Sher iff McChord of Clark county In whose custody Feltner remains pending the convening of the Estill circuit court that It might be unsafe for Feltner to remain Feltner will refuse to return to Jackson unless the governor provides a military escort- CONFEDERATE VETERAN DEAD He Died With TwentyThree Notches In His Gun Louisville Ky June 17Andrew Jackson Cogar 70 confederate veteran from Midway Ky who was one ot the most famous sharpshooters In the civil war was found dead from upo plesy in bed at the South Carolina reunion headquarters He claimed t1 have killed 23 federals at tho battl of Manassas Robbed a Veteran Lexington Ky Juno 16Tom Cos tigan Is locked up here charged wit picking the pocket of Joseph Hughes of Lockhart Tex a confederate vet oran stopping over here en route to the reunion at Louisville Cos tlgan when arrested had Hughes pocketbook Settled the Differences Central City Ky Juno 19At Dc vier near here Henry Drown kllle Dave Patton Patton went to Drowns house tq settle differences between their children Brown secured Pat tons pistol shooting the latter three times in the head Death From Unnatural Causes Paducah Ky June HTho Inquest into the sudden death of Mrs Ida Hes rig who was found dead In her room a week ago by her husband Dr S T Hesslg was finished and the jury returned a verdict that she came to her death from unnatural causes State Normal School Lexington KyJune l7Plansarc on toot to wrest from tho State college here control Of the State Normal school and located at different points into three parts located at dIfferent points in the state Both His Legs Were Broken West Point Ky Juno 17Ed Me Afee who was acting in place of J G Drashear master of bridges for the Texas railroad fell at Irvlngton and both legs were broken He is also In- Jured Internally Slot Machine Return Newport Ky June 19There was a wave of indignation In Newport when the people learned that the slot ma chines which had been ordered out May 1 by the mayor had reappeared The saloonkeepers will fight the matter In the courts Feudist Gets Two Years London Ky June 19Tflt9rd Otnge was convicted and sentenced to two years In the Clay circuit court by a Jury1 summpned from Laurel coun ty for killing State Representative J J C Howard A HOME PURCHASING COMPANY Brought To a Termination By the Ar rest of the Active Head Paducab Ky June 17The affairs of the Peoples Home Purchasing Co camo to an abrupt termination with the arrest of Its active head J E Bordeaux on the charge of conducting a r business without a license and for fall lire to make the deposits with the stats treasury as required by law of foreign corporations The company Is chartered under the laws of New Jersey and has been conducting a business similar In some respects to that oC building and loan companies Depositors are promised a home on install ment plan A rigid Investigation is in progress and there may bo further arrests A receiver has been asked for on behalf of the patrons The amount of money taken In can not ba learned at this time but it Is thought to be large A fraud order has been Issued against the concern by the postal authorities at Washington The com pany had customers in many states SUN LIFE INSURANCE CO The Court of Appeals Decided Against the Policyholders Frankfort Ky June 16Tho Ken tucky court of appeals decided against the policy holders In the Sun Life Insurance Co of America in their ef forts to secure a distribution among them of the reserve funds of the com pany following Its withdrawal from business and the assumption of Its outstanding policies by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company The policy holders who were plaintiffs in the Jefferson Chancery court hal agreed to the transfer to tho Metropolitan company and the court hero says they aro bound by their contract of agreement but that had they refused to agree they could only secure under section 659 Kentucky state utes the surrender of the value ol the policy MURDER RESULTED Negro Was Drinking From a Faucet Used By White Men Paducah Ky June 16 Walter O Taylor timekeeper for the W J Oil ver Construction Co was probably fa tally shot by an unknown negro al Wlckllffe The negro was drinking from a faucet where white men got their water when Taylor ordered him to desist Refusing the white man struck the negro who pulled a pistol and shot him A posse is In pursuit and if the negro is captured he will ht lynched Taylor was removed to llenv phis Tenn Carried rublePaducah Ky June IGEdgar Mor rison a street car conductor was arrested on the charge of conspiracy with Intent td defraud the Paducab City Railroad Co It Is alleged that by tho use of a portable register stolen from the office the company has been defrauded out of about 2000 In a few weeks Three Sisters Drowned Brandenburg Ky June 16Misaea Hallle Fannie and Annie Belle Booth daughters of Dr Gait Booth residing at Creclllus 15 miles below here were drowned in the Ohio while bathing Misses Hallle and Fannie lost their lives In an effort to save their slstei Annie More Tax Raises Frankfort Ky June 1GThe board lfollowingraid no change Oldham 10 per cent raise on lands Gallatln 20 per cent raise on lands Jesamlne 10 per cent raise on nnds and 12 per cent on town lots IIt Looks Like Murder HIndman Ky June 19The body of Alice Bradley 30 was found hanging from a tree by a party of hunters on Quicksand creek near this city A gash In the back of tho womans head leads the authorities to believe that she was dpcoyed to the spot and mute dcredIHe Toyed With a Pistol CovIngton Ky June 19 Clarenca Everson while toying with a pistol at his home accidentally let tho hammer drop and tho pistol was discharged The bullet Imbedded Itself In his left nee wounding him so seriously that it is feared his leg will have to be am putated Drowned While Bathing CovingtonTCy Juno 19 William Stein 16 was drowned In tho Ohio river while bathing at the foot of Main street Stein was noticed sInkIng by his playmates but they could not retch him In time i The Highest In Nine Year Lexington Ky June 19The heat hero lots been Iniejse There wore two prostrations W II Smith and Louis Fain both of whom however aro out of danger Tho mercury was u2tho highest point for June reached In nine years Accidentally Shot Himself Cttvlmfton Ky June W Bralnard Bayless tnt sin of Waterworks Com missioner Baytoss of t ovintton accl dcutaily shot nhulf in iv loft arm I Boylnss was ctoAUiaif uis ivtolver and did not know It was oaded P n o COMING 0 NIT SOW NliT R A I N c 1 THE GREAT IVan Amburg I SHOWS o ail t Museum and Trained Animal Exposition i 0o Will Positively Exhibit at iH I BEREA MONDAY JUNE 26 i + 4S 9 Combined on a scale of Magnitude never attempted before In all Hi vast entirety 9 J IllrctT Better Greater Ormuier than ever before A MAGNIFICENT DISiLAY OP 6 Theorealt+ 0 o MANY STRANGE ZOOLOGICAL SPECIMENS I 4g Including the Rarest Animals in young cuba A r3aO Feature Hie larCestIIvIng111PP01OAMUsIncptlvilyweighing + 0ttanpounds A MUNSTER DLOOIH WEATI O liEIIKUOTH Holy Writ Cuptureil- j 0t Morass of tbe wildest regions of the myttcrloua River Nile + a A ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN a + Broutht to your city on wheel TilE HUMAN METEORS the Ulearl Family of Sn + 0 Mont Carloaa the 0 j o 4Ladder00I- I t o Wheelers Marine Band I l 1Tbefinest Musical Organization Traveling with any Circus In America 0 i 1 iff GRAND STREET PAGEANT f o The new and costly Steam Piano to be seen dally in our Free Spectacular New Street 0 I f Parade A Brand Gala Day Remember the itayentt date Prepare for the coining event + O One ticket admits to all adrertlfett shows Half Price NO UAMUMVO or 0 t QSwindllogallowed Honest and Fair Dealing the motto of his rait concern 6 TWO PERFORMANCES DAILYDOORS OPEN AT I b 7 P M 0- I +040404040404 o4 o+ood od o ood od oo+od odo+odc+O+O i I Eastern Kentucky News t1KoeorrMpootenot published nnleu signed in fun by the writer The name not for publication bat ai to evidence of good faith Writ plainly t T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T MADISON COUNTY I HICKORY PLAINS f Juno HIlIiss Maggie Adams spent Tuesday with Misses Ida and d Lizzie Maupin Walter Tisdalo and familyof Whites Station spent Sunday with J A Adams Miss Mary Eliza Roberts and little sis tterof Lafollette Tenn are visiting friends and relatives hereMrsfr Jake Herndon and little daughter i Bettio Mosoby will leave Tuesday for Arkansas to visit relatives there It Mr and Mrs Wallace Gilbert of SaturdayiC ArmstrongMr anti Mrs Cirtr j II Thorpe went to Speedwell Saturday c 4tovisit relatives Walter Bogie and of Berea spent a few days with his sister Mrs Lizzie Cornelison J last YeekMr and Mrs Bailis J Wilson visited Mr and Mrs Joss Wilson Sunday at Berea Misses Jennie and Lizzie Burdott went to- Mrsw1 Misses Mollie Johnson Myrtle und Hettie Smith and brother and Millard Maupin spout Sunday with Misses Ida and Lizzie Maupin Emma Baker of Richmond is visit ljingrelatives hero this weekMr c Mis John Johnson spent Sunday with the family of Bill Johnson of Silver V CreekOWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR 1 Juno lUHubert Wilson and 1Laura Ray are home from Borea s they have been attending school the past yenrThe third quarterly meeting of tho M E Church will be held at the White Oak Church tho 24th and 2Dth of Juno Mart Roberts and wife for merly of this place but now of Berea are visiting relatives and old friends hero Elijah Thomas has moved from Doo Crook to the property opposite Sheriff Wilsons so as to bo nearer his place of 7businessArch Soalo is erecting a new blacksmiths shop near th- estoroT S Rowland returned from Richmond last weokMiss Lucy 0Muhan of London preached at l Clifty Sunday night and at Boone villo on Tuesday night last Wo are very glad to have Miss Lucy our midst again as she is a tireles- worker for Him who doefh all things well Friday and Saturday were the Juno examination days There were seventeen applicants inMost- an the schools of Owsloy are now under promise so lot every teacher do his whole duty by contributing to the welfare of the community i bytryinful school year we have over hady completedfromand will also bo extended to Beotty villo Hoidolburg and Tallega Con gress ought to appropriate funds to have the river locked and dredged we would then have ample means of transportation Crops are looking prosperous since the late rains we predict a large yield for oats this largofoxdergrass had his hand very badl crushed lost week GABBARO Juno 17Wo hadu good rai last Thursday which was badly neodedB T Huff returned home from Leslie County last week Walker Reynolds and Henry Car muck the well known drummers were hero last weekN B Gabbard weokJosoplTreadway passed through hero Thursday on their way to Buffalo Creek on legal business Mrs Mary Rico and little son Hobart wore at Booneville Thursday J K Gabbard has finished planting cordMica Cort of Cortland was to havo lectured her Thursday but failed to appear o account of the rain in tho afternoon Miss Mahan will probably go t Cortland to preach for a weekMr Chas Evorsolo of Con Creek and Miss Ida McCollum of Island Creek wore married last week Your cor respondent extends congratulations and best wishes for their future life We have debating at this place every Saturday night at the school 1 II lv house Tho subject last Saturday night was Which caused moro trouble to the human family whiskey or war Tho war sido won the decisionii W Minter of Boone yule was hero Saturday- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I June 20Mr ROCKFORD and Mrs W II Stephens visited Mr and Mrs Wm I Anglin of Climax Ky SundayI I Miss Lizzio Evans of Disputanta visited her cousin Miss I I Crouchor Saturday and Sumla earll Miss B A Linvillo who has been sick is some ltterJ W Todd sold W S Shearer n two year old horso for oightyfivo doUarsJ W buildinglourII weather is causing the weeds to gut ahead of some of the crops around jhero Misses Florence and Heavy I Holman visited their cousin Miss I Vorgia P Martin Sunday Mr and Mrs M B McGuire and children and Mr and Mrs Walter Viarn visited Mr and Mrs J J Martin SundayJACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Juno 21We are having plenty of rain at Sand OnpJ G Durham todayomid relatives John McIntosh and wifo from Hamilton 0 are visiting hero this week Miss Mamie Mar tin paid C S Durham a flying nccompaniltlherapplicants for certificates Friday and Saturday j eight made first class cer tificates John Dairs member of board of examiners passel through here todayMessra1 E Durham Thomas Huff nnd Butte Dean ut tended church at Clover Bottom Sunday All n port an enjoyable timuIho Sand Gap school will be taught by Miss Samantha Johnson of Johnson Co Wo give her a hearty welcome into our midst Tho following teachers will teach at the following places J T Martin Birch Lick J It Durham Lower McKee J G Durham Windy Cave J F Dean Egypt Henry Combs Clover Bottom Geo Sparks Ever green R II Gabbard Bealhel Wo wish them all a pleasant and profit able falls work Next Sunday Juno 2uth tho L Si N will run another of their popular excursions to Cincinnati Train leaves Berea at 5D1 A M Lwvtw Cincinnati at 830 P M from Fourth Street Depot I Kentucky Flashes r OFFICERS ELECTED Close of State Meeting of Womtni Foreign Missionary Society Mt Sterling Ky Juno 21Tho state meeting of the Womens Foreign Missionary society of tho Kentucky conference of the Methodist church has closed Covlngton was selected as tho place of meeting next year electeds mond first vlco president Mrs Ben Ashbrook second vice president Mrs W S Grinstead of Flemlngsburg Mrs p T Forsyth of Paris corro spending secretary Mrs Mattie Hutchinson of Lexington recording secretary Mrs Steve Noland of Nlch olasvillo treasurer Mrs W A Scad MethodyIng was the best hold by tho society In years LOUISVILLE GAS WORKS The Street Car Company Will Prob ably Buy Citys Interest Louisville Ky June 21 Humors that the street railway company will purchase the cltya Interest In tho gas and electric company were strengthened by tho apparent absence of any other plan to sell the city gas stock which Indicates a purchaser has al fennely some tlmo ago that the city would sell Its gas stock which amounts to 025000 and use AtnIngs are rated at 1500000 as the stock sells on the market at 157 anti IBS Tho finance committee of the gen oral council will meet Thursday to consider tho sale of the gas stock MERCHANT SHOT HIMSELF He Waded Into a Pond Until Breast Deep Then Fired Sholbyvllle Ky Juno 21Jae lIar desty merchant at Harrlsonvlllo 1C miles southeast of hero was found hundredo leftnhomo gun ho was going squirrel hunting As ho- failed to return homo search was made for him Ills clothing was found on tho bank and his body vps taken from the pond Ho had waded into tho pond breast deep with a 38callbor re himselfsthrough the head Hardest came from a prominent family and Is weal thy Ho leaves a wife and three chll drenr z t 1k A uattery Is Being Organized Frankfort Ky June 211 battery- Is being formed hero to bo attached to tho Second regiment of the Kentucky State guard Capt 0 W Longmlro Is to bo In command It will bo muster cd Into service In time to go Into camp of Instruction nt Pnducah in August Boys Barred From Poolrooms Lexington Iy Juno 21 Conster nation resulted In tho ranks of young wouldbe plungers hero when It be camo known that tho operators of tho two local poolrooms had Issued orders barring all boys under 21 from tho rooms In tho future Woman Dies Suddenly Frankfort Ky June 21Mrs John Dean 45 dropped dead at her homo hero following an attack of heart dis ease Sho had been preparing dinner and feeling sick went into an Adjoin lug room Later she was found dead Councilman Dies Suddenly Newport Ky Juno 21 Councilman Jacob Hoffman or C9 for nearly two years a member of tho general council from the Second ward died at his res Idenco 210 Neat Fifth street after an Illness of less than one hour Woman Hanged Herself ScottBvlllo Ky Juno 2I1rs Sa rah Pather 31 and who lived three miles north of here committed sulcldo by hanging herself with a ropo to n joist of a nearby smokehouse She won temporarily demented Kentucky Annual Fair Lexington Ky Juno 21After elect ing Georgo A Bain secretary of rite Kentucky State Fair association It des- Ignated the weok beginning September 18 and Lexington as tho tlmo and placo for the annual fair l Death of Mayor Robert Klnnalrd Lancaster Ky Juno 21Robert Klnnalrd mayor of tho city of Lan castor and one of tho boatknown Insurance mon In Kentucky died at his homo In this city after a long illness of pulmonary trouble Freight House Burned Henderson Ky Juno 21Tho L IN freight house burned Tho loss Is SROOO Inclusive of tho large amount of freight The Are Is thought to have originated from rats gnawing matches in some loose straw Bowling Tournament Louisville Ky Juno 21The execu five committee of tho Louisville Tournament association has selected March 17 1900 as tho date for the opening of tho National Bowling Tournament to bo hold In this city Abraham Renick Dies of Paralysis Owlngsvlllo Ky Juno 21Abraham Rcnlck aged 81 yours ono of tho wealthiest men In tho county Buffered i paralytic stroke and died In a few Sours leaving an ostato of about 1100 DOO Economy In Mprlllnir An EnglUh profosscjr visited tills country A few years ago said a Xtiwr York merchant and the first thing which nttrnctetl iris attention was the spelling of the word whlskr In an ad vertlsuuieut which was generously and prominently displayed from many points of vantage The professor was accustomed to spell It whiskey He did not however question the correctness of the spelling hut was curious to know why the advertiser preferred tho shorter word Tho business man received his Inquirer politely and In answer to till professors question said Our method of spelling snakes un necessary tho Illumination of nu extra letter In our electric signs It Tho College Forest Preserve otters for sale fine quality of 2 foot black oak boards for roof covering apply- to S C Mason Supt of Preserve HEALTH keepbouseDraught We hue tied ft la the fair Ily forever two years with the beat or results I have not had a doctor In the house for that length of time H li a doctor In lUelf and andhpp7Jdb118BALLJackwtvflle Because this great medicine relieves stomach conitipated bowels antiinvigor ates the torpid ened kidneys No DOCTOR It Beeeisarj In tho home where iskeptcountry miles from any phyti healthfortheir only doctor Thedlords Black Draught cures bilious andfeverdiarrhoja constipation colio ailmentbecauseliver and so nearly con trol tho he- althTHEJfORD3 DLA IF- DRAUGUT 1 I Carriage Satisfaction Here I Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surries Traps Durable GracefulUseful OomfortableIStylish bodyflnillbgivoNo than HERE No better tlmo to buy than NOW Prices down to Hoek bottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond KyIk+ I tfyl J QJ J J J J J J J G8 l RICHMOND GREENHOUSES C Phone 188 Richmond Ky FlowersI and I eBlooming PlantsIM 1iOHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY 1 f Department Dentistry University of Cincinnati Cutittnl Avonuo old Court Street Cincinnati Ohio This Colltgn won organized In 1815 and the GOth nnnunl pension i bRiM Ootolwr JJrd 1905 Thrust POMJODH of seven months each areI I required for graduation Title In tho tint D ntM Col Itgo iwtnlillnhod tnnt1inlttnlctoNlIlireillinhIts of modern IlflIlnl education erich its clinics are unsurpaasttI OtiCnl Fpring nnd Kail cotirnra in clinical instruction lirA also given For further information and nnnounn mnutaddrt aH ASl ITil D DS Deut 1 10 inrfield Place Cincinnati Ohio N I unsoeoeoeoeoeotoeoeoeoeoTeeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe i CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOLg Lnw Department of the University of Cincinnati EiUblUhfd 1833 HAS 3500 GRADUATES o- i Now building and equipments with all modern convenioncra o g Lntent and most approved method of instruction with a splendid o corps of tflAchorH m Threw vonr coma loading to degree oL LR It gp Tlw 71th year of title School September 2 ilh ltiOo t For Announcement and further information address a W P ROGERS Dean o o Cincinnati Law School CINCINNATI OHIO 00oaoooooooooo00000000800000 DR MOFFETTS Cures Chiler Infantwmr Any Ago Dysentery AI DIjullM ef tIthe BoweliSlrtflh CM Child and MAKES MttEETHING TEKTHINQ EASY Only 25c Driggists er mail 2Sc to J MOFFHT M D SI lads Ik Mother Hesitate no longer but save the health and life efIyour child as thousands have done by giving these pcwdvts TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and ever comes the effects at the summers heatupon teethingchildren FOR SALE A GOOD HOUSE and LOT In nOrM Ky on Boono St near District free School and in hAlf H milo from the College Six roomed house all rooms co good woll near door small barn two stalls about a dozen fruit and nhndo trees nice flowers n good ganlon and a good once Sizn of lot between eighty and ninety foot and pea hundred antI fifty foot hack to near lino Warranty flood HOBson for Sale The property was bought for school purposes now that my school clays in Boron ore proporty10IlJtlrTerms Enclose stamp D SMITH X LOCK nox N IBrunswick Nebraska Diarrhoea and the Bowel Troubles of Children Regulates the Casts at C W The Citizeni1 i i ALWAYS A FULL DOLLARS WORTH OF NEWS STORIES HELPS FOR THE FARMER HOUSEWIFE AND TEACHtiER 52 issues of eight pagan for100l- I L C HINMAN Manager i heron Ky doo+ed o4o40do +od od o +o +odo4od od od od o+o4 0+o4 od o bo+od THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON oro In hero and ovary housewife wants ono or more + 1 places of now S CARPET or MATTING tFURNITURE I Take a Look Through Our Stook ij It will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can- o i 1 supply your wants o IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD F f- o New Florence Drop Top Ball Hearing Sowing Machines + lUR I3O out 35 worth ST 0 trIO 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